Peter Andre and his wife Emily MacDonagh have returned to his native Cyprus for a summer holiday, and they're travelling in style! The Mysterious Girl singer and his family are staying in a luxurious £600 a night villa, complete with its own hot tub, swimming pool and private chef.
Giving a tour of their holiday accommodation on Instagram, Peter urged his fans to travel to Cyprus and see all the country has to offer. "Check this villa out guys. Being Cypriot, I didn't know this existed. The service they offer is second to none," he wrote. "Optional in villa chef, babysitting service, quad bikes, fishing, massage. Awesome. I'm taking the whole family again."
Peter Andre and his wife Emily are on holiday in Cyprus
The video shows Peter and his family enjoying exploring Cyprus and their luxury accommodation, with the singer seen relaxing in the hot tub as well as treating Emily to a romantic sunset meal next to the beach.
Peter and Emily have also been taking the opportunity to see some of Cyprus' stunning scenery, including paying a visit to Salt Lake in Larnaca. The attraction is a network of four salt lakes of different sizes, and served as the perfect backdrop to a sweet selfie of Peter and Emily at sunset. "Salt Lake, Larnaca, Cyprus," the dad-of-four simply captioned the shot.
Peter gave fans a tour of their amazing holiday villa on Instagram
The couple, who share two young children, love to travel together, and Peter recently told HELLO! about the time he surprised Emily with a romantic trip to Venice. "I'm a bit of an old romantic and it can be a bit cringe to some people but I'm not soppy to the extent of doing candlelit dinners every night. But on occasions, like one time for her birthday, she came home and I said 'oh my gosh Ems I completely forgot to tell you, we've got to leave in an hour,'" he explained.
"She said 'leave for what?' I said 'what do you mean? You need your passport'. So we got to the airport and I put headphones on her and got her to look down so she wouldn't know where we were flying. Got her on the plane, she still didn't know where we were going. We landed in Italy, she had no idea where we were. I wouldn't let her look at any signs. Got her on a boat. As soon as she saw the signs of Venice she was like 'Oh my God'. So I got her all the way to Venice without her knowing. It's those kind of fun things I like to do with her."