‘Dad where do babies come from?’ Peter Andre can’t find the answer

The 42-year old Mysterious Girl singer, and newlywed Peter Andre has always prided himself on being very hands-on when it comes to his kids.

In his latest column for new! magazine, the pop star has confessed that of late his eldest child Junior,10, has been asking him some awkward questions.

Junior would like to know what the word ‘virgin’ means.


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“One of the questions I’m getting asked a lot is, "What's a virgin?" Oh my God!” Peter writes that he’s not exactly the best at lying, and telling the truth apparently wasn’t an option.

So what did he do instead?

“I got round it by telling him, "In a drink, virgin means no alcohol and that’s all you need to know right now."

Peter’s diversion tactics didn’t seem to be enough to distract Junior however as he kept pressing on, much to Peter’s discomfort. Junior wanted to know where babies come from.


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Asking his dad for some clarification on the matter, Junior also informed him: “Dad, I’m not stupid, I know.”

Peter, who also has 2 daughters, 8-year old Princess from his marriage to Katie Price and one-year old Amelia with his wife of over a month Emily McDonagh, 26, has recently announced his musical comeback.


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He has signed a record deal with East West Records despite his being drawn into a bitter legal battle with his former TV producer Neville Hendricks and ITV2.


What a bunch of tourists 🙂 ah well, when in…….V

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Escaping the interrogation from Junior, and his legal woes, the pop star has recently been enjoying the sights in Venice with wife Emily as they make up for lost time. They were forced to postpone their time away together due to Peter’s High Court row.

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