Peter Andre’s hopes for family reunion after ‘heartbreaking’ years apart

Peter Andre has opened up about missing his family, who he has been unable to see during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Peter's parents live in Australia and the star says his "main priority" of 2022 is to be able to go and see him. Peter also discusses his work goals this year.

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This year I have decided I’m not going to make any New Year’s resolutions. I just want to continue on the same path as everything is great with my work and Emily’s work and all the family are doing well and are healthy. You can’t really ask for anything more and I’m so grateful for how everything is going.

I’m excited to get stuck back into work now Christmas is over and I have lots coming up this year.

I start filming a film in March in both the UK and the Caribbean and it will also be my first film production credit, which I’m really excited about. Junior and I also filmed something else together which will be out soon and I’m going to focus on putting my album out.

I loved performing with Gary Barlow during his tour in December – and watch this space as this year I’m going to sit down and really work on my album. I can’t wait to release it!

Another thing I’m excited about this year is growing my and my business partner Ben Smith’s health app #itsfine.

We want to show people that they can make healthy eating part of their lifestyle rather than being stuck in a cycle of fad diets and feeling miserable.

I’m turning 49 next month and the thought of slowing down isn’t even on my radar. I’m busier than ever and I aim to be 49 and feeling fine!

I had so many great moments with work last year and it made realise how much I love working, so I’ll be doing much of the same this year.

It does seem crazy to think I’ll soon be a year away from turning 50. I’ve decided I want to do something really special to celebrate. I don’t want just one night of celebrations – I want to go big and go away with the whole family somewhere amazing.


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This year my number one priority is to get over to Australia to see my parents. At the time of writing this we’re still not able to travel to Australia from the UK, but I’m hoping things will change later this year.

I haven’t seen my parents since the end of 2019, which is heartbreaking to think about.

When you don’t see your parents for a year or two when they’re in their fifties, chances are you have a lot of time left with them, but when they’re in their eighties every moment is critical.

I’m crossing everything that I get over there soon. Happy New Year everyone!

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