Peter Andre celebrates 47th birthday with impressive three course meal and cake prepared by wife Emily
Peter Andre marked his 47th birthday with a delicious home-cooked meal with his family.
His wife Emily Andrea pulled out all the stops for the special day, making sure everyone was suitably full by serving a three-course dinner.
Joining the couple at the dinner table were their children – Millie, six, and Theo, three. Peter's children with former wife Katie Price, Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, were also there to celebrate their dad's birthday.
Peter gushed: "Three course dinner for all of us prepared by my beautiful Emily."
The 30-year-old started proceedings with a pea, chilli and coriander soup and fresh bread and Peter was instantly impressed, telling Princess, who he calls Bista: "Bista, this is going to be awesome."
For the main course, Emily really showed off her impressive culinary skills and made a salmon with chilli and peanut sauce and sticky rice. Emily explained: "It's got a really crazy dressing I made, and sticky rice – I have never made sticky rice before."
For the finale, Emily made an impressive looking lime and coconut cake, which she cut up for the family. Peter was particularly impressed with the dessert, repeatedly telling Emily that it looked "amazing."
He wasn't the only one admiring the culinary success. Princess said: "It looks so good", with Junior adding: "Ems, I'm not going to lie, that actually looks amazing."
Junior marked his dad's birthday with a post on Instagram writing: "Happy birthday to the best dad to ever step foot on this earth.
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"You can sometimes be bare embarrassing. You can sometimes be bare wet. your a LFG. (Little friendly giant) but most of all, you have a lotta love. And that’s why you're the best dad.
"You do so much for me, and so much for others. You're so unselfish (unless it’s your coffee) you're so 'funny'. And you give everything to your family and friends. I love you so much." The teenager ended the sweet message with, "Jheeeeee imagine being 47". [sic]
Peter was clearly touched by his eldest son's admission writing: "What an awesome message. Thanks son. Love you (am I being wet again?)"
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