Peter Andre refuses to buy daughter Princess a puppy for her 13th birthday because of wife Emily

Peter Andre has had to dash his daughter Princess’ birthday dreams of a puppy as she turns 13, as his wife Emily is allergic to dogs.

The 47 year old revealed his devastation at not being able to gift Princess a puppy for her birthday, but promised he will make it up to her.

Peter wrote in his latest column for new magazine : “It’s been a busy week for the kids. Mills lost her second tooth, Theo went back to school – but he’s only doing three hours a week – and it was the build-up to Junior’s birthday party. I’ll tell you all about that next week!

“It’s also Princess’s birthday at the end of the month and she’s said she wants a puppy.

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“It’s every dad’s dream to get their daughter a puppy for their 13th birthday, but Emily is so allergic to dogs I don’t think it’s going to be possible.

“It makes me sad I can’t make Princess’s dream come true, but I will make it up to her, I promise.”

Along with Princess, Peter is dad to son Junior, who just turned 15, with ex-wife Katie Price.

He and Emily are also parents to daughter Amelia, six, and Theodore, three.


The couple have agreed to have two more children before Peter turns 50 in three years time.

"Here I was trying to get my head around the thought of having one more child but then Emily throws a bombshell on me of having two more children," the doting dad told The Sun Online.

Peter, who recently said he was a victim of racism "for years", added: "So now I’m really confused about what she wants. Before it was a definite no no, but now there’s a big possibility."


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The Mysterious Girl hitmaker recently opened up about how lockdown has improved his relationship with Emily.

Speaking to the same publication, he said: "Lockdown for some people it's the worst case scenarios for couples, for some it's the best case scenario.

"For us, because we came together as a team, it's brought us so much closer. We pull together, this was a time that I reckon if you survive situations like this as a couple you can get through a lot."

Read the rest of Peter Andre's column in the latest issue of new magazine – out now.

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