Peter Andre tested positive for Covid-19 – but he didn’t let that stop him from being a model father.
The singer and reality star, 47, tested positive for coronavirus despite not knowing how to get it. the mirror online reports.
His management team confirmed his positive test and told Spiegel that he was “doing fine”.
According to The sunHe cares for his four children in isolation while his wife Emily works on the front lines as an NHS doctor.
The family lives in Surrey and Emily works in a hospital in the county.
Today his youngest daughter Amelia is also celebrating her seventh birthday.
He celebrated the occasion on his Facebook account in a post that has already received almost 2,000 comments.
He said: “Happy 7th birthday to my beautiful, kind and incredibly smart daughter Amelia. I love you to the moon and back … and back. It will be quiet, but still as special as ever.”
Amelia is the oldest of Pete and Emily. You also have four year old Theo.
Pete now also has Junior (16) and Princess (13) from his time with ex-wife Katie Price.
Fans of the popular singer and TV star praised him on his account – some also shared details of their children, whose birthday is today.
An unnamed source told the Sun, “Peter started feeling uncomfortable a few days ago, but little did he know he had Covid even though he felt extremely tired and uncomfortable.
“But he decided to have a test to make sure that he was feeling very weak, which is unusual for him and that he sometimes has trouble breathing.”
The insider added that Peter “was rarely out and about and spent most of his time at home with his family.”
They continued, “With Emily working and the UK locked, Pete has no choice but to look after his four children as usual and isolate himself from Emily at home.
“There is no one to look after the children and he doesn’t want to put anyone in danger of catching him.
“The whole family is now in quarantine.”
Emily has been on the frontline against the coronavirus since the pandemic began and tested positive for Covid back in July.
She was forced to isolate herself in her home.
After recovering, she said, “I could only wave to you from the stairs. Me and Pete also slept in separate bedrooms to be on the safe side.
“It was horrible, but the family adjusted very well and I got a big hug at the end. I had a sore throat and lost my sense of smell and taste for a week.”