Peter Andre has shared a beautiful photo of his parents to mark their 63rd anniversary.
The 45-year-old posted the sweet tribute to Instagram on Tuesday alongside a lovely message for dad Savvas and mum Theo.
Alongside the pic of them at a restaurant, he wrote: “Love you so much mum and dad. Happy 63rd wedding anniversary. Thank you for absolutely everything.”
Fans also chimed in with their well wishes, with many remarking on how incredible it was to be celebrating a 63rd anniversary.
One wrote: “Wow what an amazing achievement 💗💙 Congratulations to your lovely parents x.”
Another said, “Wow 63 years don’t hear that much these days. Congratulations,” while a third remarked: “Ask them what’s the secret to get this far 😀 how wonderful congratulations to both of them.”
Peter has often spoken about his parents during interviews.
They are both from Cyprus but moved to the UK where Peter and his siblings were born, before the whole family uprooted to Australia, where Peter grew up.
He previously told The Guardian how his father was the “strict” parent while his mum was the one who dished out the “cuddles”.
Peter also told the newspaper he’d once quizzed his dad on the secrets of a long-lasting marriage.
“[My dad] said, ‘I’ve got two ears, it goes in one and out of the other.’ That was his way of describing it, but I was, like, ‘Right, Dad, you know you guys could never be without each other.’
“I think their faith has helped them. Being Jehovah’s Witnesses has strengthened them because they’ve lived their lives pretty much the same. And their bond is still as strong as ever. There’s no way they could be without each other. They can’t do two weeks without each other. And I love that.”
Peter, meanwhile, celebrated his third wedding anniversary to wife Emily in July.
They have two children, Amelia, four, and Theo, one, while Peter is also dad to son Junior, 13, and daughter Princess, 11, from his first marriage to Katie Price.
On Tuesday morning, he appeared on ITV’s Lorraine where he played down the idea of having a fifth child one day.
“You do realise I think, after changing many nappies, you do start to go, ‘I’m not sure anymore’,” he said.
“I’m 45, I reckon I’ve still got a couple of years left in me but I’m not sure.”
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