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Is Peter Andre Set To Become A Stay-At-Home Dad?

The Mysterious Girl singer has admitted that he’s considering hitting pause on his career to spend more time with his fiancé and children

Touring the UK with his new album, launching a new fragrance and starring in his own reality show doesn’t leave Peter Andre with much time at home – prompting the dad of three to reveal he’s considering taking time out from his career to stay at home more.

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The reality star told Hello! magazine that he wouldn’t rule out the possibility of becoming a stay-at-home dad so fiancé Emily can concentrate on her medical career. Emily’s set to graduate from medical school in January, after which Peter plans to support her career while she becomes a qualified doctor. 

‘Instead of partying after I get off stage, I’m going to get straight in a car and drive to Emily’s mums house’

But Peter’s current constant travelling doesn’t stop him from spending as much time as possible with his family. ‘Instead of partying after I get off stage, I’m going to get straight in a car and drive to Emily’s mums house,’ says Peter. ‘I’ll try and get there after as many shows as possible. It will mean a lot of travelling but I’m actually looking forward to it.’

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The couple welcomed their first daughter together, Amelia, at the start of the year and have already admitted to being broody for another baby – Peter’s fourth child.

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