Popstar Peter Andre, 47, has revealed the ins and outs of being home with his four children Princess, 12, Junior, 14, Theodore, three, and Amelia, six, during the coronavirus lockdown. While the Mysterious Girl hitmaker has been a stay-at-home dad for the last two months, his wife Emily MacDonagh, 30, has been working on the NHS frontline.
Peter says he and his family have "adjusted" to the nationwide lockdown, just like everyone else all over the world.
However, the singer has revealed the one thing he would happily cancel out if he could.
Exclusively speaking to Express.co.uk, the father-of-four admitted: "Um, probably, 'Dad, dad, dad, dad, dad, dad'.
"By about the 750th time you've heard it in the first 20 minutes, your ears are hurting."
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Peter Andre opens up on family life during lockdown (Image: Youtube/Getty)
Peter Andre shares Theodore and Amelia with wife Emily (Image: Sony)
The Flava singer also spoke about how he is "shocked" by how the Brits have adjusted to the lockdown.
Peter confessed: "You know what? We've adapted like a lot of other people have.
"And I'm shocked at how amazing the Brits have adjusted and they really have adjusted."
He added: "I think that obviously they're not gonna get everything right at first. This has never happened to us