The screams from the crowds at Peter Andre’s concerts have changed somewhat over the years (Picture: Redferns)
Peter Andre has admitted he’s a bit of a ladies’ man – when it comes to grandmothers.
The Mysterious Girl singer, 49, captured hearts across the UK when he appeared (often shirtless) on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004.
The star opened up on how life has changed in a new interview with The Guardian, where he spoke about how he sold out Wembley Arena in his 20’s.
‘I used to get girls at my concerts screaming “I love you!”‘ he said.
‘Now I get girls at my concerts saying “My nan loves you!”‘
Peter became an even bigger household name when he appeared in I’m A Celeb, where he met future wife Katie Price (Picture: FilmMagic)
‘Times have changed,’ he joked, adding: ‘It’s very humbling’
Peter also touched on his mental health, recalling having a breakdown in his late 20’s, in part due to the bullying he received as a child growing up in Australia for being from a Greek Cypriot family, describing himself as an ‘outcast.’
However, he said, when he welcomed son Junior ‘everything changed’.
The singer’s son, Junior, is currently carving out his own musical career (Picture: Redferns)
The singer admitted his family is ‘everything’ to him, and admitted his children may describe him as ‘extremely strict’, though he has ‘softened’ more in age.
Peter shares Junior, 16, and Princess, 13, with ex Katie Price, who he met in the Jungle.
He also has Amelia, eight, and Theo, five, with his wife, Dr Emily McDonagh.
The dad-of-four, who is married to Dr Emily McDonagh, said his life changed when he welcomed his first child (Picture: Getty Images)
While Peter’s career may see more women shouting about their grandmothers, son Juinors is just kicking off, as he launched his debut single, Slide, last week.
The teenager is proving popular, with the track soaring up the iTunes chart days after its release.
Junior signed a record deal with Columbia Records last August, which he said was a ‘dream come true.’
He has been hard at work in the studio since, and last week performed his debut single to a crowd for the first time, with dad Peter saying he was ‘so proud.’
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