Peter Andre surprised his fans over the weekend after he shared a lovely picture with his lookalike sister Debbie during his trip to Australia. "Love you sis @the.beauty.couture #Australia," the 46-year-old star wrote alongside the snap, which saw him cuddle up to his sibling. Peter has travelled Down Under with his two oldest children Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, to visit his family – including his mum, who "hasn't been doing great".
Peter Andre posted this snap with his sister Debbie
Fans of the singer rushed to post sweet comments over his cute bond with his sister, with one saying: "Beautiful, a picture says a thousand words." Another remarked: "What a lovely picture, #familyalways." A third post read: Beautiful smiles, so alike." One other follower stated: "Am sure she loves you too, especially the warm smile she has." [sic] Debbie later went on to share a snap of Peter looking into the sunset, and in the caption, she shared: "As they say... you cannot perfect perfection @peterandre. #nofilter #perfectpicture."
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Peter also posted a heartwarming picture of Junior and Princess with their grandmother and cousin, who joined them during their stay. "Mum we love you so much it's unreal," he wrote in the caption. After one of Peter's relatives commented on the post, the singer explained: "Cuz I'm sorry I haven't got to see you guys but had to come back for a flying visit to see mum. She hasn't been great. Love her too much."
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Peter, who is of Greek Cypriot descent, moved from London to Australia with his family when he was six before he returned back to the UK as a pop star in the mid-nineties. Speaking previously about his loved ones in Australia, Pete told The Guardian: "Family is everything to me and I'll tell you why. Good friends in life stay but friends come and go, but family are there through absolutely everything. They are your backbone. I'm so grateful how close we all are." He added: "My family will give me a good smack around the head if they think I'm not being right or respectful, and I appreciate that."
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