Emily Andrea reveals the difficulties of having a blended family with Peter: ‘He has a slightly different relationship with all of the kids’

Emily Andrea has opened up on her family’s plans for Father’s Day, revealing that she plans to spoil husband Peter Andre.

Emily and Peter are parents to daughter Amelia, six, and Theodore, three, and 47 year old Peter has been homeschooling and taking care of the children while Emily works on the frontline as an NHS doctor during the pandemic.

Peter is also dad to son Junior, who just turned 15, and Princess, 12, with ex-wife Katie Price.

In her latest column in OK! magazine , Emily touched upon the difficulties of having a blended family and revealed Peter has a slightly different relationship with all of his kids.

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The 30 year old wrote: “It’s Father’s Day this week so I will do a nice meal for Pete and he’ll get treated to breakfast in bed. The kids will also make him some cards. We never do anything extravagant for occasions like this because I think the small efforts are what are most important.

“I take my hat off to Pete for these last few months. He’s been awesome. He’s been mum and dad for the days I’m at work and it’s not easy, so he deserves a chilled day!

“Lockdown has been good for him not only because of spending time with the kids, but he’s starting to understand all the things that go on behind the scenes with them. Just simple things like knowing Millie’s school routine has made him feel much more involved.


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“He has a slightly different relationship with all of the kids, but he’s really good at treating them all the same, which I think can be quite difficult in a blended family and with kids at such different ages.

“He’s become less strict over the years and he’s more lenient with Millie and Theo than he was with Junior and Princess.

“Discipline is definitely more my area! What I love most is the fun that he has with them and how loving he is. I haven’t seen my own dad for three months and I really miss him.


“It will be a shame not to see him on Father’s Day. The kids really miss him too, as they have a really close relationship with him. My dad is a surgeon and is a big part of the reason why I became a doctor.

“The kids are used to me coming home from work now and not being able to see them until I’ve changed out of my clothes and showered.

“It only takes me 15 minutes and I’d rather that than them being put at risk. When I was isolating from them a bit at the beginning, Theo didn’t like that because he’s such a mummy’s boy, but now he’s used to the routine, it’s fine.”

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