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Wednesday 21st August 2019

Peter Andre posts sweet photo of wife Emily and son Theo playing doctors

He takes after his mum

Singer Peter Andre has shared an adorable snap of his son Theo playing doctors with his wife, Emily.

Taking to Instagram, the Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 46, posted a photo showing the two-year old attaching the strap of a toy blood pressure monitor to his mum's arm.

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Pete captioned the pic: "Hmm wonder what he wants to be when he's older. Dr Theodore James sounds kind of cool I think."

His fans rushed to comment on the cute pic and point out that Theo looks set to follow in the footsteps of Emily, who is a doctor.

One wrote: "Will take after his mummy. A beautiful picture xx."

Another said: "Awwww like mommy like son."

Dr Theodore James sounds kind of cool I think.

Someone else replied: "Aww bless him. Following in mummy's footsteps me thinks xx."

Pete is fairly private on social media when it comes to his two children with Emily - two-year-old Theo and Amelia, five.

He often hides his son's face on Instagram, as he did in a photo of the youngster shared last month.

Simply captioned, "My boy" and showing the toddler with his back to the camera as he played near a swimming pool.

Similarly, he shared a pic of the kids on holiday to his Instagram Stories last month, and the two of them faced away from the camera in matching outfits.

Pete has two other children, Princess, 12, and Junior, 14, with his ex wife Katie Price.

As a dad to young kids, Pete recently revealed what he would do if he was running the country - ban homework.

Pete and Emily have two kids (Credit: Brett D. Cove / SplashNews.com)

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He argued that children should only have to do work during school hours as they have enough to worry about in school without the added pressure of homework.

Writing in his New! magazine column, he said he would also address the strain on the NHS and knife crime.

He explained: "A couple of random issues I'd also tackle is banishing homework, as kids have enough to deal with at school and I feel they'd concentrate more if they knew they didn't have to work at home."

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