Peter Andre risks son Junior's wrath as he drops his Starbucks as teen jokes 'you had one job'

PETER Andre today risked Junior's wrath as he dropped his Starbucks, as his teen son joked "you had one job".

The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 47, shared a video of himself covered in a strawberry smoothie.

Next to the clip he wrote: "Junior is NOT gonna be happy. Sorry son 😞 @officialjunior_andre . On my damn trainers as well."

As Pete pans over the mess with the camera, he can be heard saying: "J, I'm so sorry man"

Not one to miss out on a cheeky quip, Junior, 15, posted a reply saying: "You had one job 🤦‍♂️😭."

Fans are often saying how much the pair look like each other.

Just the other day Peter shared a picture of his passport from when he was a child.

His followers couldn't get over how much he looked like Junior when he was younger.

Peter also revealed last month how annoyed Junior was after having to self-isolate again after a coronavirus breakout at his school.

Pete wrote in his new! magazine column: "Junior is having to self-isolate at the moment because a couple of people in his school year tested positive for coronavirus.

"When I told him he had to self-isolate he was excited because it meant staying at home – but when he realised he had to do all his lessons on Zoom from 8.15am, he wasn't too happy!

"It's quite full-on for kids when they have to do the same amount of work at home, as it's not easy to stay motivated, so I give him credit for that.

"The main thing is he doesn't have any symptoms and feels fine at the moment."

Meanwhile, earlier today Peter revealed he has relaxed his rules when it comes to his eldest daughter Princess – thanks to his wife Emily.

He was quizzed about his relationship with the 13-year-old, whom he shares with ex wife Katie Price.

Peter was asked in New Magazine about his parental style, and was questioned: "Are you stricter with Princess because she's your daughter?"

The Aussie dad of four credited his wife of five years as he replied: "I think the old me would have been but Emily has talked a lot of sense into me over the years.

"I was brought up as one of five brothers with one sister and there were so many things the girl couldn't do, while us boys could do whatever we wanted.

"Emily has made me see that whatever rules I set for my daughters I need to set for my sons too."

He then added: "I definitely treat them both the same."



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