In praise of Peter Andre

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I never thought I'd say it, but Peter Andre made me cry this morning. He was on GMTV, talking about his new single, Unconditional, which is about his relationship with Harvey. 'He basically taught me how to become a father before I became a biological dad,' Peter said.

It takes a special kind of man to take on another man's child, and Harvey has so much to cope with. It's wonderful to know that Peter is still in the boy's life and that the bond between them is so strong.

If you'd like to listen to the new single, just click here

Have a great weekend.

written by Liz Jarvis


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4 Responses to In praise of Peter Andre

  1. Claire says:

    Agreed but what isnt so great is the way he is constantly touting his kids about at the moment. Its annoys me. Say what you like about Katie (and you can say a lot) but at least she’s not using the kids as part of her popularity campaign like he is……..

  2. Mummy Zen says:

    I didn’t see GMTV this morning but agree in general with what you’ve said about Peter’s caring attitude towards Harvey – he really seems genuine and devoted.

  3. Linda says:

    Liz, I agree with you, he comes across as a great dad and vert decent human being, always saying thanks and very resepctful of people, whoever they are. I have always thought this and have joked with my partner that in his heart Peter Andre would be happy if he met the right woman and worked in the Co-op! But lately my view has begun to change, I don’t like the way he is thrusting his very young kids into the limelight, signing autographs and reacting to cheering crowds etc. I’m no expert but it just makes me a little uneasy. You can’t help liking him but I worry for his children and how they will grow up in the full glare of the media spotlight.

  4. Metropolitan Mum says:

    Agree with all you said about taking on Harvey as his own child and loving and caring for him beyond the shattered relationship with his mum. Unfortunately, the song made me cringe not cry.


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