Peter Andre has given fans a rare – and totally lovely – glimpse into his home life, sharing a video of his youngest son Theo’s very first steps.
The singer posted the short clip to his Instagram, writing: “Special moment yesterday. Theo’s first steps.”
The black and white video shows Theo, one, shakily getting to his feet, as his big sister Princess, ten, offers encouragement.
‘Go on then!’ says Princess, who is Theo’s half-sister, from Peter’s marriage to Katie Price.
Theo takes a few steps towards her and several people off camera shout: “Good boy!”
Could it be anymore adorable?
Peter’s 750,000 Insta followers couldn’t get enough of the video, writing: “Awww bless him…Princess is such a good big sister, great with the younger kids x.”
And: “So cute.”
A third wrote: “Absolutely gorgeous moment.”
The 44-year-old Mysterious Girl singer, also has son Junior, 12, from his previous relationship, and Amelia, four, with his wife Emily MacDonagh, 28.
The pair married in 2015, and welcomed their latest addition to the family, Theo, on 22nd November 2016.
Peter has spoken proudly about his lovely children, recently telling Hello of his youngest: “He’s so adorable, which is why we call him Theodorable. The minute he wakes up, he’s just got the biggest smile on his face.”
The intimate video comes just weeks after the family took a festive break to Sainte Foy in France.
Peter shared images and videos from the skiing holiday, and a video of Princess and Junior having a snowball fight.
He also posted a lovely picture of Amelia, jumping in the snow the day before her birthday, alongside the caption: “I’m four tomorrow and I’m feeling great.”
It’s clear Peter loves being a dad and said recently that he’s trying to persuade his wife to try for more children.
He told OK: “I tell Emily every day that I want us to have another baby. I’m from a family of six and Emily’s one of five, so I like big families.”
When you make kids this cute, you just have to keep going.
And with this latest video, there’s no question who’s winning the cuteness prize this week…