As he continues to recover from the coronavirus, Peter Andre is grateful to his beloved wife Emily for taking care of him.
Four dads, who recently celebrated daughter Amelia’s birthday at home, went to Instagram and paid a sweet tribute to the other half.
47-year-old Peter shared a lovely snapshot of a couple holding each other in white tops and jeans.
Not only that, he also shared another series of photos by Emily, 31, and to make it funny, he posted a pointing and clapping picture of Bill Murray and Kim Jong-un.
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He said, “Thank you for being the legend of @dr_emily_official over the last few days. Even Bill Murray and Kim J think you are great.”
Peter’s fans rushed to the comments section to send good wishes to the sick musician.
One fan said: “Covid is real for all of us! I’m glad you’re on therapy, but remember my wife’s inspiration. Lucky guy #clapforourcarers.
Another Instagram user said, “Beautiful couple Emily, you definitely have a natural beauty and your brain is grateful.”
Third addition: “Your sense of humor does not entertain us. Even when you are sick. Hugs and kisses xx.”
Emily recently provided an update on her husband’s health and confirmed that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
Write in her column Confirm! magazine, NHS doctor, who shared a rare photo of her daughter Amelia, said, “You may have heard, but Peter tested positive for the coronavirus.
“At the time of this writing he has just gotten the results. He’s resting and he’s doing well. Luckily he knows a good doctor!” She joked.
“Joking aside, we are all keeping him away and we can’t wait for his self to hug him as quarantine passes.”
One source told The Sun on January 7th, “Peter started getting sick a few days ago, but despite being extremely tired and unwell, he did not suspect that he had Covid.
“But he decided to take a test when he started feeling very weak. This is rare for him and sometimes he has a hard time breathing.
“He rarely went out and spent most of his time at home with his family.”
“Emily works and the UK is closed, so Pete has no choice but to take care of her four children normally and isolate it from Emily at home.”