Peter Andre and his eldest daughter Princess pulled out all the stops this Halloween! The proud father-of-four took to Instagram to share a short video showcasing their incredible spooky makeup – with the singer transformed into a scary clown and Princess made up like a pumpkin.
"Who's gonna laugh first? Never too late for the party," Pete captioned the clip, along with a pumpkin and a ghost emoji.
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"Omg, that looks amazing guys!" one fan told Pete, with a second writing: "Brilliant makeup." A third commented: "Love the bond you two have."
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Pete is certainly a doting father. As well as 13-year-old Princess, he shares 15-year-old son Junior with Katie Price, and Amelia, six, and Theo, three, with his wife, Emily MacDonagh.
The star is a very proud father of four
Just recently, he shared an incredibly rare video of all four children together, showing them walking hand-in-hand down a street in Cyprus. Captioning the clip, he sweetly wrote: "Seeing you four grow up so fast is crazy but wonderful :)."
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"Enjoy your time away with the family. They certainly do grow up so quickly, so make the most of this time," one fan commented on the sweet clip. A second wrote: "All your children are a credit to you Pete, they are lovely, and growing up beautifully. You are an amazing dad."
Pete and Princess share a close bond
The Australian singer, 47, recently opened up about a tough conversation he had to have with Princess following her decision to join Instagram.
"I've encouraged Bista [Princess] to turn off her comments on Instagram, which I'm so happy she's done," he told New magazine. "Let's stop trolls in their tracks."
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Pete then spoke of his own experiences at the hands of 'keyboard warriors', revealing: "I've had my fair share of horrible times when trolls said the most vicious things, which really affected me mentally.
"Admittedly at the time I didn't know about the wonderful block button. Over time I realised that if I saw anything remotely negative, I'd block it straight away before reading the whole sentence."
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