The doting father-of-four, who hasn't been able to return to Australia for over two years, took to Instagram to share an emotional post and update on his mother's health. In a post that read: "RESTRICTIONS EASE FOR VACCINATED INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS," Peter shared his hopes that the news of quarantine-free travel.
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"If this is true (I don’t want to get too excited) this will be the greatest news I could ask for," Peter told fans. "Hopefully get to see my mum, dad and sister within the next month. Somehow seems too good to be true but I'll investigate."
One fan was quick to comment: "I really hope you get to see your family soon [heart emoji]. I can’t imagine what it must be like to be so far away from them," leaving several prayer emojis.
Peter's sister then wrote: "See you soon my bro."
"I really really hope so sis," Peter replied. "We miss you all so much. I really think mum needs us right now."
Peter has remained in the UK throughout the pandemic with his wife Emily
Responding to a fan comment on why his return to Australia is so important, the Mysterious Girl singer wrote: "It's been two years and mum not well. I really do hope it is true and doesn’t change."
It's not the first time Peter has tugged on the heartstrings of fans after posting a heartwarming tribute to his parents, who he hasn't seen since the pandemic began.
It's not known whether Peter with take his children with him to Australia
Taking to Instagram last year, the star wrote a heartfelt caption dedicated to his mum and dad on their anniversary. The Australian star told fans he was "so sad" to have been separated from his parents over the last 18 months.
"I'm so sad I can’t see you face to face yet, but I pray the borders will open soon. Thank you for inspiring me in every possible way. Bringing me and my brothers and sister up in a way that I hope has made you proud. I hope we’ve listened (I'm sure I’ve messed up a few times, and for that I apologise) but I have and will always try to think of you both and your lessons as I bring my children up in this changing world," wrote the 48-year-old.
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