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Peter Andre admits he would consider moving back to Australia with his family
Peter Andre has admitted he would considering moving back to Australia and taking his family with him.
The 47 year old was born in London but moved to Australia with his family when he was just six years old.
He earned his fame there but after achieving worldwide success following the release of his 1995 hit single Mysterious Girl, relocated back to the UK.
Peter regularly heads back Down Under and recently shared a clip of the gorgeous back garden he played in as a child on the other side of the world.
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Speaking in his column for OK!'s sister title, new, the former I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! finalist says he wouldn't rule out moving back to Oz.
He wrote: "When I shared a video of the back garden of the house I grew up in on the Gold Coast in Oz, people were asking me why I ever left.
"The simple answer is work, then I had children, I probably would have stayed there otherwise.
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"My heart lies with both the UK and Australia, but maybe one day I'll move back Down Under."
Discussing his and wife Emily Andrea's potential future there, he continued: "Doctors are in demand in Oz, so there will always be work for Emily."
Peter was recently forced to clear up rumours that he demanded fans didn't touch him amid fears he could catch coronavirus during a personal appearance in Southampton.
A photo of the sign displayed at Central Hall in Southampton, where the event took place over the weekend, read: "Due to recent cases of the coronavirus please DO NOT have any physical contact with Peter Andre.
"Please DO NOT take any selfies with Peter Andre. Apologies for any inconvenience. Thank you."
Katie Price's ex-husband then took to Instagram to clear up the reports, writing to his 1.3million followers: "Ok this must be a wind up because I hugged Everyone I met.
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"People were saying to me that they had been told not to touch me and that there were signs.
"I thought they were joking. Brilliant. I am now officially a diva without being a diva. On a serious note though don’t touch me," he continued alongside a laughing emoji.
One of his follower's wrote: "That's actually so funny I mean on the bright side, if people were told that, obviously they think you’re worth the risk."
Another joked: "Um. We've hugged. Is that still ok?!," while a third wrote: "Haha love it!!! I'd take the risk! I think".