Peter Andre’s son Junior joins dad on festival stage

Peter Andre’s son Junior joins dad on festival stage

Katie Price and Peter Andre’s son Junior joined his dad on stage in front of thousands of fans at the weekend.

Mysterious Girl singer Peter had been singing his classics at the Fantastia festival in Maldon, Essex, when his 16-year-old accompanied him and addressed the audience.

Junior looked confident as he held the mic and was seen waving at the crowd and giving his dad a hug.

Peter was one proud parent and showered his son with praise following his appearance.

‘I love my boy,’ he wrote in a post shared on Instagram. ‘So much.

‘He decided to walk on stage and say hello to everyone yesterday and thousands gave him love back. Actually, I’m surprised he got out of bed for the occasion.’

Junior tested positive for coronavirus and was in self-isolation in May.

In an Instagram Live, he told his followers: ‘Don’t manifest it. Listen, if it happens it happens. But I know God wants me to live my life to the finish, so I’m not gonna die from Covid and if I do, I do. I don’t wanna die.’ 

He went on to detail his symptoms and admitted he was confused as he thought that only happened in adults and not children. 

‘The first few days, my head was the worst,’ he revealed. ‘My head was banging so much. I dunno how I got symptoms, because I’m a child, I’m 15. But my head was banging, my body was aching, my throat was fine.

‘And then all of a sudden my body’s sort of stopped aching – it aches sometimes – my head still bangs but not as much but for some reason my throat is so sore. It’s killing me, I don’t know why. 

‘It’s not part of the symptoms I don’t think, but maybe I’ve got something else with Covid. Yeah, I have Covid. I’ve got what’s it called? Like a week left. 

‘Yeah, I’ve got Covid. And for some reason I have, like, symptoms. Normally minors don’t get symptoms. It’s not severe… it’s just annoying.’ 

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