Peter Andre and his wife Emily have decided to provide Peter’s daughter Princess with a pair of rabbits for his birthday, rather than a puppy, due to Emily’s allergies.
But it turns out that she is just as allergic to bunnies.
Dr. Emily, 30, was seen on Instagram while treating the problem by inserting a bizarre anti-allergy apparatus into her nose.
Peter Andre’s wife, Emily, was seen on Instagram while treating her rabbit allergy by inserting a bizarre explosive apparatus into her nose
The brunette used the device to treat her streaming nose and bloodshot eyes.
The reaction came when he handled the rabbits – named Teddy and Willow – and the hay they eat.
This comes after Peter, 47, praised his wife for having conversations with Princess, 13, and his son Junior, 15, who “wouldn’t necessarily feel so comfortable”.
The pop star – who shares children with his ex-wife Katie Price – admitted that his doctor – who is Amelia’s mother, six years old, and Theodore, three – was “incredible” in having “uncomfortable” chats with his pace -children, but he insisted that ‘he is trying to improve it’.
Allergic: the reaction occurred when he handled the rabbits – named Teddy and Willow – and the hay they eat
Praise! This comes after Peter, 47, praised his wife for having conversations with Princess, 13, and his son Junior, 15, who “wouldn’t necessarily feel comfortable with this”
The father of four made the revelation while speaking on their YouTube reality show Life With The Andres.
Peter said: ‘When you have four children of all ages, it is really important that you divide the time between all … I am doing my best, and Emily obviously does the same.
‘It is incredible and he has great conversations with Princess, who perhaps I would not necessarily feel comfortable, even if I am trying to improve.
“The same with Junior, he asks me for medical things I can’t answer, it’s nice to have that hand in Dr. Emily.”
Incredible: the pop star admitted that her doctor was “incredible” in having “uncomfortable” chats with her stepchildren, but insisted that “she is trying to improve”
Grateful: “It’s amazing and she has great conversations with Princess that maybe I wouldn’t feel comfortable after admitting” admitted Peter of his wife
Late last month, Peter revealed how the family struggled to cope when his wife Emily contracted the coronavirus, calling it a “truly frightening” moment.
Emily had worked as a frontline doctor when she caught the virus early in the pandemic and had to isolate herself on the top floor while keeping the news from the children secret.
To make matters worse, Peter’s son Junior also showed symptoms of the virus, but they are now “fairly certain” that they only have a cold.
Remembering the ordeal in its new! column of the magazine, Peter revealed that Emily’s symptoms included loss of sense of smell and sense of smell and the sensation of pain.
Grateful: “The same with Junior, he asks for medical things I can’t answer, it’s nice to have that hand in Dr. Emily,” explained the proud husband Peter
He said, “It was a really scary and difficult time because I had six people at home to occupy.”
Explaining that Emily and Junior were to isolate themselves on the top floor of their home, she confessed: ‘We found out that Ems was at work during the day. It was so hard when Theo and Mills were like “Why can’t I go with mom?”
“The reason Emily kept quiet was because she wasn’t 100% sure it was coronavirus and she didn’t want to make a fuss until the tests were available and she knew for sure.”
While Emily has now done an antibody test that shows she actually had the virus, the couple is “fairly certain” that Junior didn’t have it since she had symptoms similar to the cold before having a temperature, although it hasn’t been tested.
Mixed family: they self-isolated in their home in Surrey with their two young children and two teenagers whom he shares with his ex-wife Katie Price