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While Katie Price’s parenting tactics are often scrutinised in the press, it’s not every day her former husband Peter Andre feels forced to discuss their parental debates in his personal column.

But it seems the famous pair’s opposing opinions on their kids’ use of social media is one topic which the Mysterious Girl singer feels particularly passionate about.

Speaking to new! magazine the father of three explained that while he has been “working with Katie” to co-parent 11-year-old Junior and nine-year-old Princess, he is totally opposed to his ex’s recent decision to create Instagram accounts for their kids.


Me and mum having girly time

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Stressing that his discontent with the situation is grounded in fears over what his children could be exposed to online, the 43-year-old said: “I don't like kids having them because I think it opens them up to all sorts of issues, but as a parent you have to compromise with the other parent and try to work together.”

“Everyone knows I don't allow them to have phones or social media at my house, but I guess it doesn't necessarily mean to say I'm right,” he continued.

However after admitting that he has since given in to Katie’s decision on this occasion, Peter said he now just wants to “advise and encourage” Princess and Junior on their social media usage.



My gorgeous boy getting excited

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Last week Katie defended her decision to create Instagram accounts for both kids by claiming it was a way of furthering their careers.

The famous glamour model told the Loose Women panel: “I am no way a bad parent; I’ve got five beautiful, very well-mannered children.  My kids have been brought up in the industry, now they’re being booked for jobs themselves.”

“Social media is the future.  I won’t allow them on Snapchat, Facebook etc.  But all their friends are on Instagram.”



Hey welcome to my new Instagram

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While her decision has been subject to huge criticism online, the 38-year-old Brighton native says she intends to monitor her children’s online activity as best she can.

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Just three weeks after celebrating her 50th birthday, former Bond girl Halle Berry has postponed her impending divorce with Olivier Martinez.

Late last year the couple – who married in France just over three years ago – filed for divorce after spending months denying that their marriage was on the rocks.

At the time sources close to the couple suggested that Halle and her actor beau’s contrasting personalities may have contributed to their marriage troubles, but it now seems the pair have found a way to get along as TMZ has reported that they could be set to dismiss their divorce altogether.


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Today the celebrity gossip site claimed to have obtained a legal document in which a court clerk asked the parents of two-year-old Maceo Robert if they would like to proceed with their divorce.

Multiple sources have since confirmed their neither party is confident that ending their marriage is the right thing to do and that the Oscar winning actress – who has already been divorced twice before – is still convinced that if her husband were to sort out his anger issues, their relationship could be saved.


BTS on my last shoot of the summer.

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While currently the pair don’t seem to be in an official relationship, they have both been actively involved in co-parenting their shared son Maceo and Halle’s eight-year-old daughter Nahla. 

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