Peter Andre shared a series of sweet snaps as he reflected on his family's recent holiday in Cyprus.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday, 28 October, the 50 year old singer revealed that he and his wife Emily, 34, and their kids Amelia and Theo as well as his daughter Princess had been away together at their house in the sunny country.
His son Junior, who has broken into music and followed in his dad's footsteps, stayed behind for the first time because he had gigs in England.
In one photo from the carousel of photos Peter shared, he looked relaxed and happy and sported a red, white, and blue striped shirt with black sunglasses as he and Emily, who is pregnant with their third child, posed together.
Another snap showed Emily, who is an NHS doctor, and Princess dressed up for dinner with Amelia and looking tanned as they enjoyed quality time together.
Proud dad Peter also shared a separate shot of Princess smiling by herself in a figure-hugging blue dress with her curls cascading down to her waist.
And in his last photograph from his slides of holiday memories, Emily posed with her arms out in a stunning orange mini dress.
Peter captioned his post: "Had a beautiful few days at our Cyprus home. Back now and ready for Halloween @dr_emily_official @officialprincess_andre Amelia and Theodorable. Junior had gigs so stayed back for the first time @officialjunior_andre
It comes after Emily revealed she's "over the moon" on Instagram as she has written a new book titled Healthy Mind, Happy You.
Posting a snap of the colourful book cover, she said: "EXCITING NEWS! I’m over the moon to reveal my latest book, Healthy Mind, Happy You.
"Mental health is so important for children and adults alike. With this book for 9+ readers, I want to support children in dealing with everyday worries and reaching out when things are hard.
"It's been such a privilege to write, and I hope it helps children to feel more confident talking about their mental health."
Emily explained it is aimed at children aged nine plus and focuses on supporting them with their mental health and every day worries.
Fans were quick to flood with comments below her post and praised Emily for her work. "Amazing well done Emily. Mental health needs more awareness especially for children. Ur book looks amazing," one wrote.
Another said: "My daughter loves your book for girls and I'm sure she will enjoy reading this book in January."
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