PETER Andre's wife Emily has shared a collection of photos of their two children on a day out in celebration of life "returning to normal".
The family took advantage of restrictions in England easing, and enjoyed a day out to Hampton Court palace in London.
Taking to Instagram, the 31-year-old NHS doctor shared a collection of snaps, including pictures of their children Amelia, seven, and Theo, four.
The two younger kids are unseen on social media, with the mum-of-two choosing not to photograph their faces and keep their lives private.
In one shot, Amelia and Theo can be seen running down an open pathway at the historic venue.
"Millie in the daffodils," another, of the star's daughter among the flowers, is captioned – while a third shows little Theo's back as he watches his sister.
Emily also posted a picture of herself smelling some flowers, and celebrated the freedom from lockdown in the caption.
"It felt so amazing being able to go out and about the last couple of days seeing other people enjoying themselves in the sunshine," she wrote.
"It feels like such a long time since we've been able to do that. There's still a way to go with easing restrictions but it feels like a little glimmer of hope. Spring is in the air."
Husband Pete, 48, also took to social media with a collection of photos of his own from the day – including some of daughter Princess, 13.
His other son Junior, 15, wasn't able to join them for the special occasion as he stayed home to revise for his exams.
Flava singer Pete wrote of their day out: "So nice to be out out and see people and be with family. Amazing. Love you England."
In one snap, he and his lookalike daughter cosied up in the flowers, while another saw the pair joined by wife Emily as Princess pulled a pout.
A third picture saw proud big sister Princess cradling Theo in her arms as Amelia skipped through fields of daffodils.
It comes as Peter revealed his childhood family home was broken into three times in one night – by the same gang.
The singer called the experience "horrifying" saying that the thugs swiped valuable jewellery during the raid.
Writing in New magazine in the wake of Declan Donnelly being targeted by burglars, he said a similar thing happened when he lived in Australia.
He wrote: "Our home was broken into three times in one night by the same people while we were asleep.
"They took jewellery and it was horrifying. You want to feel safe in your own home.
"Knowing someone has been in it, with an intent to take your things, and the fear of them possibly wanting to do worse, is horrible."
Dad-of-four Peter moved to the UK from Australia when his singing career took off and he found huge fame thanks his single Mysterious Girl.
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