Peter Andre’s son Junior wishes ‘best dad ever’ happy birthday in emotional post – but can’t resist mocking his age – The Sun

PETER Andre's son Junior wished his "best dad ever" a happy birthday – but couldn't resist mocking his age.

The 14-year-old paid an emotional tribute to his father, but like any son he couldn't help putting a few digs in.

He shared a photo of him hugging his dad while stood in a wooded area.

Junior captioned the photo: "Happy birthday to the best dad to ever step foot on this earth. You can sometimes be bare embarrassing.

"You can sometimes be bare wet. your a LFG. (Little friendly giant) but most of all. You have alota love. And that’s why ur the best dad.

"You do so much for me, and so much for others. Ur so unselfish. (Unless it’s your coffee) ur so “funny”. And you give everything to ur family and friends. I love u so much."

But after the heartfelt message, he added: "Jheeeeee imagine being 47"

The message struck a cord with the dad-of-four, who got emotional at his eldest's post.

The Mysterious Girl singer shared the post on his Instagram and captioned it: "As a father you can only ever wish your children love you; and my boy, now almost 15, wrote something that made me very happy.

"Plse read his post. Yeah he’s right, I’m a bit wet and embarrassing but his words made my whole day yesterday turning 47.

"Thank you J. I am one proud dad to have you, love you very much, and the others of course. Now go do your homework".


The family just came back from Australia, where Peter was visiting his mum and dad with all of his kids.

Pete revealed his mum hadn’t been “too well” as he messaged one of his cousins in the comments – telling her he was sorry they hadn’t me up.

He wrote:  "Cuz I'm sorry I haven't got to see you guys but had to come back for a flying visit to see mum. She hasn't been great. Love her too much."

Peter Andre has two children with ex Katie Price – Junior and Princess, 12 – and two from his wife Emily MacDonagh – Amelia, four, and Theo, three.

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