Peter Andre joined his siblings and his son Junior on Good Morning Britain, as he revealed all about the reunion with his dear mother whose health has recently ‘ reduced’
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Peter Andre confessed he was “emotional” that he was finally able to reunite with his family, including dear mother Thea, in Australia this week.
The singer and TV star hasn’t been able to see them for two years because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving him desperate to be reunited with his parents.
His teenage son Junior said he hasn’t seen his family in a long time, so he was also “emotional” to finally be able to come to Australia and see them all again.
Peter and Junior were joined by the live show from Australia by his brother Michael and sister Debbie, with their two siblings still unable to get there.
The star has publicly shared his hopes of seeing his parents and family again over the past two years, especially after revealing his mother’s health had recently declined.
Speaking to GMB hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway on Friday, Peter and Michael both revealed there were a lot of tears when the reunion finally took place.
“Honestly these last days are for us the best days we have had in so many years,” Peter said. Seeing my sister, seeing my mom and dad, it was unbelievable. Obviously I was very emotional. ”
He said of his mother’s health: “She is suffering a bit… it means a lot that we can have this time with her. We are so grateful.”
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Michael added that none of them “couldn’t contain themselves” and had a lot of tears in their eyes.
Peter later praised his sister Debbie for the care she gave their parents while he was unable to get there, saying, “I love my sister.”
He shared his gratitude to be able to return to Australia with all of them after such a long time, while Michael admitted they all “didn’t stop hugging”.
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Junior later confessed all about his dad being in tears, but added that he’s also been emotional since they all arrived.
He explained: “Dad is a very emotional person, but even I am very emotional. I have not seen them for a very long time, and I died when I saw them.
“Finally I was able to go and see them, and it was amazing. I missed them so much, it was a pleasure to see them, there were tears in my eyes.”
Peter recently shared about his mother’s health and said she was “declining”.
Writing in his 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’m feel comfortable and in a very happy place both professionally and personally.
“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.”
Good Morning Britain airs at 6am on weekdays on ITV.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/peter-andre-reveals-tearful-reunion-26441025 Peter Andre reveals all about tearful reunion with mother and dear family in Australia