Peter Andre suffers Instagram fail when son Theo screams for him to wipe his bum – The Sun

PETER Andre suffered an Instagram fail earlier today when his video was interrupted by son Theo screaming for him to wipe his bum.

The 47-year-old star has been documenting his homeschooling efforts on social media for fans during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

However, while he tried to help six-year-old daughter Amelia with her poetry, three-year-old Theo played up off-camera.

In the video, the overwhelmed dad tells Amelia: "Millie, Millie, Millie, come back – you have to finish of what it says here, about what you like about the poem."

His defiant daughter hits back: "I don't like it."

Meanwhile, Theo can be heard screaming in the background, with flustered Peter saying: "You do like it, Theo wants me to wipe his bum."

As Theo's screaming gets louder, the busy dad's camera moves as he gets up, shouting: "I'm coming, Theo!

"Okay, I have to go and wipe Theo's bum."

In the next clip, Theo can be heard crying hysterically as he sits on Peter's lap in the sun-drenched garden.

Peter tries to comfort the toddler, with all of the Instagram clips captioned: "My day's going great…."

The star shares Amelia and Theo with wife Emily, and he is normally incredibly private about them on social media.

However, recent days have seen the Mysterious Girl hitmaker relax the rules as he battles homeschooling while the UK is on lockdown.

While he still hasn't shown their faces to fans, Peter has shared clips of them messing around, playing, and doing schoolwork.

His two children with Katie Price, 12-year-old Princess and 14-year-old Junior, also live with him and Peter has been attempting to support them with their schoolwork as well.

Yesterday, Junior worried fans when he took to Instagram to reveal that he is suffering from coronavirus symptoms – just hours after Peter admitted he was concerned for his family due to Emily being a frontline NHS doctor.

Coronavirus was officially declared a global pandemic earlier this month, with thousands of people losing their lives to the deadly disease.

In a bid to combat the virus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson put the UK on lockdown on Monday – urging people to only leave the house for one of four essential reasons.


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