Popular TV personality, songwriter and English singer Peter Andre, best known for his singles, “Mysterious Girl” and ”Flava”, and many other hit numbers, is now battling covid-19. The reality star who is 47 now doesn’t know the source of the infection though as he has barely been out and has spent most of his time at home with his family. According to the sources Pete started feeling unwell a few days ago but he didn’t suspect that he had Covid, although he was feeling extremely tired and unwell. Then he decided to go for a test to make sure as he was feeling extremely weak and struggled to breathe sometimes which is unusual for him.
Peter Andre’s condition
Peter’s manager has since confirmed that he was unfortunately tested positive for the virus and told the fans that he was “coping well”. According to the reports Emily, Peter’s wife is working and the UK is in lockdown. Pete has no other option but to look after his four children as normal and isolate them away from Emily at home as there is no one else to look after the children and he did not want to put anyone else at risk of catching it. However, the whole family is in quarantine now.
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It was Pete’s and Emily’s eldest one Amelia’s seventh birthday. They also have a four-year-old Theo, the youngest in the family. Apart from Amelia and Theo Pete also looks after his two kids with Katie Price (ex-wife) named Junior who is 16 and Princess 13. Emily is an NHS doctor and has been on the front-line against coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic and had tested herself positive for Covid back in July 2020.
She recalled that she was forced to isolate herself and recovered well. She said, “I was only able to wave at them from the top of the stairs. I and Pete also slept in separate bedrooms just to be on the safe side.” The family has taken a lot of care to keep everyone on the safer side. Pete’s covid battle news has come now, when the UK is currently undergoing the highest number of infections ever daily, continuing for the second day now.