Peter Andre admits it ‘scares’ him that Princess, 15, looks like a ‘young lady'

Peter Andre has admitted he is finding it strange to see his two eldest kids getting older but finds he has a ‘proper laugh’ with them now they are in their teens. 

The singer, 49, is father to Junior, 17, and Princess, 15, with ex Katie Price, 44, and also has two younger children, Amelia, eight, and Theo, five, with wife Emily MacDonagh, 33. 

He admitted that it is strange seeing Princess grow up, explaining in his new! magazine column: ‘I posted a couple of pictures of us and surprisingly people have been saying Princess is the spitting image of me. I don’t see it, but poor her!’

Peter added: ‘Princess is so beautiful and she’s suddenly gone from looking like a kid to a young lady.

‘It scares me but in a good way. We have a proper laugh now and it’s exciting watching her and Junior grow up.’

Princess has previously hit back at trolls who criticised her for experimenting with make-up in recent photos she shared on social media. 

She had attended the wedding of her aunt Sophie Price with her mum Katie, where Princess was seen wearing a smokey eye look and with her hair styled in loose waves in a half-up, half-down ‘do. 

Some commented on the make-up, but Princess shrugged it off, responding: ‘All these comments about makeup. It was a wedding. But I do appreciate the people being nice.’

Fans also regularly flood the teen’s comments to decode which of her parents she resembles the most, with her followers being split whether she looks more like Peter or Katie. 

They previously commented: ‘Beautiful girl x look so much like your dad x’ and ‘Beautiful, so much like Katie when she was younger’. 

Others added: ‘Absolutely gorgeous like her mum’ and ‘Looks so much like her dad.’

 Another remained on the fence and thought she looked like both, adding: ‘Mummas double with a hint of daddy, perfect.’

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