PETER Andre shared a rare glimpse of children Amelia and Theo during one of their homeschooling sessions.
The dad-of-four, 47, took to Instagram to what he's been up to with his kids in lockdown whilst his wife Emily, 30, is working on the frontline to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The singer rarely shares snaps of Amelia, six, and three-year-old Theodore on social media out of respect of his wife's decision.
As he reported from his children's playhouse, Pete made sure to keep their faces out of the camera and recorded himself having lots of fun with them both and his eldest daughter Princess, 12.
He said: "Ladies and gentleman just reporting from within a little playhouse here, a very, very confined space.
"Bista, Millie and Theo, we're all in here and we don't know quite how to react here, we're kind of segregated."
Things soon got out of control when Princess and Amelia left their dad and brother to it as Theo began to sit on his dad's face.
Documenting the whole thing, he shouted to the camera: "The girls have escaped, it's just me and Theo in here now. But we're having fun in here aren't we?"
"Ladies and gentleman he's climbing all over me. I don't quite know what's going to happen. Please help anyone! Theo you're sitting on my face!"
The pair continued their fun indoors with a round of hide and seek and when Pete discovered him behind a curtain he soon realised that someone had painted his son's nails bright pink.
He joked to the camera: "I'm not quite sure how we're going to get these off mate."
The family certainly worked up an appetite running around their home, so Pete decided to rustle up some tasty pancakes for his kids to enjoy.
As he made the mix from scratch, he panned the camera on Amelia and Theo, who were patiently waiting for their breakfast in some adorable home-made masks.
After they wolfed down their delicious treats, the kids started their homework and it didn't take long for Princess to complain about the fact that she's got seven pieces to complete for the next three weeks in lockdown.
He panned the camera at the 12-year-old who said: "We've got seven bits of homework which is seven hours. Why is that even possible, I'm in year eight?"
His eldest, Junior, who he shares with ex Katie Price, 41, was missing from all the family fun.
Yesterday the 14-year-old took to Instagram tell his followers how he was feeling and revealed that he had coronavirus symptoms.
“These aren’t easy times as we know.
“I am videoing this to tell you I am showing symptoms of the coronavirus. It is not me saying I have it , I am showing symptoms.
“Everyone please stay safe these aren’t easy times like I said," he said.
Peter also revealed that he is staying in a separate room to his wife as he’s terrified about contracting the coronavirus.
The star has been looking after all four of his children since the nation was put on lockdown last week.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, the Mysterious Girl singer said: “Here’s the thing, she obviously doesn’t tell me a lot of stuff because of confidentiality.
“But obviously because she’s now exposed to the virus quite a lot, at the moment, in the last few days, it means right now we are having to be in separate rooms.
“I am the one who has to have the kids as well and I’m terrified they will get it.”
He added that Emily is his “absolute hero” – along with the other NHS staff.
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Peter recently expressed his pride on Instagram about his doctor wife with a snap of NHS workers in a hospital, holding signs that read: “We stay here for you, please stay home for us!”
The proud husband added an arrow to point out Emily, who is seen crouching in the front row and holding up the sign that reads: “Please”.
He added the Stay Home geotag to the image as well as a “Thanks health heroes” GIF.
Peter shared the post to his Story as well as his main page, adding the caption: “Proud 🙂 #SupportTheNHS.
“Thank you so much to ALL the NHS and the carers up and down the country.”
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