Mysterious Girl singer Peter Andre is finally reunited with his sick mother Thea after two years – and he’s expressed his happiness on Instagram
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Peter Andre was deeply moved after being reunited with his sick mother for the first time in two years.
The Mysterious Girl singer, 49, expressed excitement on Instagram posting a selfie with beloved Thea.
Peter kisses her cheek and beams happily in the photo – much like his mother.
Their reunion comes just days after he shared that her health was “deteriorating”.
Peter wrote alongside the photo: “The last days with my mom were the best in years. I can’t begin to describe how I feel when I’m with her. I’m happy now.”
The male singer’s fans gave him all their love when they commented on the post, sharing their happiness.
“Pete is so glad you got to see her after a long time xx,” one person wrote.
Another shared: “So glad you finally made it to Australia.”
And the third wrote: “Waiting for you for a long time! Finally having fun together! X”
Peter recently shared his worries about his beloved mother as she ages. He revealed her health was declining day by day.
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Writing in his weekly New magazine column, the male singer explained, “I feel great about turning 50. I’m scared to turn 40 but actually my 40s are really amazing. , I feel comfortable and in a very happy place, career wise and personal.
“The only thing that worries me when I turn one more year old is that my parents are getting older and weaker, my mother’s health is getting worse and worse, which makes me very sad.
“But everything else is going well and I feel great.”
Peter, born in London and raised in Australia, has dreamed of a family reunion since the pandemic hit in March 2020.
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He was worried about his aging parents, who have remained in Australia throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
But the star finally reunited with them after 24 difficult months.
Pete’s parents have been unable to travel from Australia due to the government’s strict ban on most international travel.
Sharing his grief in last year’s New column, Peter stated that his parents were his “main priority”.
“My number one priority this year is going to see my parents in Australia, because I miss them so much,” he wrote at the time.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/peter-andre-having-greatest-days-26431046 Peter Andre flew to Australia to meet his 'worsening' mother after two years apart