PETER Andre treated his youngest daughter Amelia to a surprise balloon display to celebrate her 8th birthday.
The 48-year-old singer showed off the collection of balloons, including letters spelling out 'Happy Birthday' and a big number eight.
The doting father shared the photo on social media, writing: " Big day for little Amelia today. Happy 8th birthday. Love you so much 🥰🎂🥳🎉🎁🎈🎈🎊😽."
Peter and wife Emily, 32, share kids Amelia and four-year-old Theo.
The couple make a conscious effort to keep their children's faces hidden from public view.
Amelia's celebrations comes after Peter shared a photograph was taken in the Dubai Mall, during the family's New Year holiday to the UAE.
Sharing it with his 1.7million Instagram followers, Peter said: "Scrolled through photos of last week and found this.
"Millie and Theo loved the giant fish tank at the Dubai Mall."
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Peter and Emily jetted to Dubai with Millie, seven, and five-year-old Theo to ring in 2022.
They were also joined by Pete's eldest children, Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, who he shares with his ex-wife Katie Price.
The Andre family lived it up in a luxury villa located in the amazing Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, on the Palm Jumeirah.
During an Instagram video, Pete even gave a glimpse of their own butler, writing: “We love Steve. I can’t thank you enough for treating my family (especially my children) so special.”
The incredible accommodation, which cost up to £2,400 a night, also featured a huge private swimming pool.
During the trip, the dad-of-four treated fans to some gorgeous photographs of Princess and Junior, who at times looked like a mini Jordan and Peter.
Meanwhile, this week Emily has opened up about her parenting style when it comes to the teenagers.
"I tend to leave the disciplining up to Pete and often I feel like a big sister, which works really well for us," the NHS doctor told Closer.
She also makes sure all of the kids have a routine to make them feel like her home is a safe space.
Emily added: "I think routine helps kids feel safe in the structure. I try to keep things consistent for them as much as I can.
"I'm quite strict, especially with stuff like manners. Me and Pete are quite similar, really we both are very much up on honesty, manners, kindness."
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