Peter Andre shared a sweet photo of his son Theo celebrating his third birthday on Friday. The toddler appeared to be enjoying a day out with his family, with Peter sharing a snap of his son enjoying some sunshine. Theo is clearly a huge fan of Toy Story and even sported a themed backpack from the film. Sharing the snap on Instagram, Peter said: "My boy's all grown up. Three today." The birthday boy was no doubt working off some of his mum Emily MacDonagh's incredible Toy Story-themed birthday cake!
Theo is a huge Toy Story fan
Peter shared a snap of the delicious creation earlier in the day and gushed: "Happy 3rd birthday my beautiful boy. Love you Theo soooooo much. Cake made by Emily." [sic] The couple, who married in 2015, are also doting parents to their five-year-old daughter Amelia.
Meanwhile, Peter's fans were full of praise for the birthday cake, with one writing underneath: "Emily is talented! Happy birthday Theo!" Another remarked: "Wow Emily you're so talented happy birthday Theo x." A third post read: "Happy birthday and GREAT cake!!" Another follower stated: "Wow well done Emily. Very talented." A fifth fan said: "Happy birthday to your little boy the cake is amazing xx."
Emily is a dab hand at baking
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Both Peter and Emily avoid showing their children's faces on social media, with the Australian singer previously revealing that it was his wife's decision not to post photos of their faces. "There are some parents that don't want to do it and you've got to respect that as well," the star told Closer magazine. "Emily's one of those parents that doesn't want it so I've got to respect that." He added: "I still get away with little things... There's been times where I've posted stuff and you can't really see the kids' faces.
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"Milly and Theo, they're just so cute. See, I post photos of them because I'm proud of them and of these beautiful moments, and you want to show everyone just like 99% of the world does on Facebook - they put pictures on of their kids because they're proud of them. I love doing that but I also understand that not everyone wants that so I've got to respect that. I get it."
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