Peter Andre enjoyed some downtime with his fiancée Emily MacDonagh by hitting the slopes in Canada. The beautiful couple decided to make their trip a family affair, bringing along the singer's two children Princess and Junior for the holiday.
Peter, who is an avid user of social media, showed fans just how much fun the group were having, sharing photo after photo on Instagram of their alpine antics.
The Mysterious Girl hit-maker posted a sweet selfie with Emily, of the lovebirds catching the morning sun. "G'day from the lovely one," he wrote alongside it.
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Emily MacDonagh and Peter Andre are set to marry within the next year
Peter, 42, and Emily, 25 – who are set to marry within the next year – looked completely relaxed and happy. The holiday will have come as a welcome break for hard-working Emily, who recently qualified as a doctor in late January.
The couple weren't the only ones embracing the ski break though. Peter's son Junior looked ready to hit the slopes in his all black sports gear, while the singer's daughter Princess, who is nicknamed Bista, opted for a purple outfit and pink ski helmet.
Peter has previously revealed that Bista comes from when Junior couldn't say the word "sister" when he was a young boy.
Peter Andre struck a pose on the slopes with his seven-year-old daughter Princess
After their active day out in the snow, the family indulged in après-ski activities, with Peter sharing a particularly cute image of his seven-year-old daughter tucking into hot chocolate.
"Ski??? Nah," Peter wrote alongside another snap of his children collapsed in the snow.
"Ski??? Nah," Peter Andre captioned the snap of his children
While it was unclear whether Peter and Emily had brought their 14-month-old baby Amelia along for the trip, Peter's brother Michael and Emily's relative Tom also joined the group on the holiday.
This is the third ski break the family have enjoyed in about three months, and posting in his new! magazine column, Peter explained why he loves to take his brood skiing.
Princess, nicknamed Bista, indulged in the après-ski activities
"This is a big trip for us as the kids are really getting into their skiing now," he wrote. "We've all skied loads in the past but they're only getting the hand of it so I'm taking them to improve their skills, as I want them to have this as an option for them when they're older."
"Plus, it'll be something we always do as a family – it's our way of bonding," he added. And making reference to his baby daughter, peter said: "As soon as Mills is old enough, she'll be starting to learn how to ski as well. Her mum, Ems, is already brilliant."