Peter Andre admits he's 'stressing' about becoming dad to a teenage daughter as Princess' 13th birthday loomsJune 25, 2020
PETER Andre has admitted that he is "stressing" about becoming a dad to a teenage daughter as Princess' 13th birthday looms.
The 47-year-old star took to his Instagram page this evening to share a video of himself quizzing Princess before her special day on Monday.
In the sweet clip, the father-of-four says: "How are you going to be 13?
"You're the first daughter I've ever had that's going to be a teenager.
"I'm stressing, do I need to get over it?"
Princess laughs: "Yep."
Her famous dad replies: "What do you mean yep!"
She hits back: "Because it is what it is."
The video comes to an abrupt end when Peter's wife Emily asks to tell him something – but without the camera rolling.
He captioned the post: "About to have my first ever teenage daughter. Stress………… nah, she’ll be fine right? A nun right ?"
The star is already dad to one teenager, 15-year-old Junior, as well as six-year-old Amelia and three-year-old Theo.
Earlier this month, Peter admitted that Princess had dropped a bombshell after revealing she wanted to go on a date.
Speaking on the family's reality show, exclusive to The Sun's YouTube channel, Princess protested: "I want to meet up with Dylan. You can come! And his parents can come too so you can speak to his parents."
But Peter refused to negotiate, saying: "Woah. Let's reverse a bit. You want to meet up with Dylan. You just want to throw that on me like that?"
After Peter shared the clip on Instagram, Princess' unimpressed brother commented beneath the post with a string of angry emojis and typed: "Funny joke.
"She’s not meeting up with any boys. Well she better not. ? if she is I’m automatically invited. ?"
Reflecting on his daughter growing up, Peter added at the time: "I’ve never had a teenage daughter before. I’m scared.
"At the moment I see the innocence in everything when she talks about boys and all sorts of things, but of course I know the times are coming where I will have to sort of not have a heart attack at the thought of her wanting a proper boyfriend or all the things that are going to happen in her teens."
He continued: "I really believe she’s turning into a really fine young girl, and even though she follows her friends I do try and teach her as much as I can to have respect."
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