When it comes to his children, Peter Andre spares no expense.
He shares Amelia, seven, and Theo, five, with his wife Emily Macdonagh, 32.
And the Mysterious Girl singer also has Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, with his ex-wife Katie Price.
Pete is currently enjoying a New Year’s break to Dubai with his kids and they’ve been soaking up the sun and sights.
Princess posed for a photo with iconic skyscraper Burj Khalifa behind, while Junior headed to a recording studio as he makes a start on his new music career.
He bagged a record deal back in August, calling the move “a dream come true”.
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Just days prior, the kids were pictured at home surrounded by gifts – but Princess and Junior had done so well in previous years, they had nothing left to ask for.
“Junior tells me that now he’s 16 he’s over things like PlayStation, and he has everything he wants like his phone and moped.
“Princess is the same, so I’ve just got them little bits I know they’ll like,” Peter explained.
In previous years, Peter and Emily have disagreed on how much to spend on their kids’ gifts, as Junior once received a £300 Playstation VR and designer clobber.
For his 16th birthday, his doting dad also bought him a moped he can’t even ride on the roads.
“So Pete and I are a little bit different in our approach to birthdays,” Emily said on their YouTube channel.
“Maybe because my kids are younger, but they are certainly not getting limited edition stuff.
“I think it’s nice to not have to have expensive gifts to be happy about your birthday.”
Emily has also confirmed she does not spoil the kids or give them pocket money – because she wants them to appreciate the value of money and how to manage it.
“The kids have never had pocket money, but if they want something I won’t just get it for them, I will save it for a birthday or Christmas,” she wrote in her OK! column.
“I keep their presents within reasonable limits so it’s not too over the top. I also try to help them understand that Mum and Dad have to go to work so we are able to buy things for them.
“It’s a hard concept for kids actually!”
Pete, 48, has also revealed Junior is earning his own money through media appearances, and is saving up to buy his own car.
He said: “There’s a difference between kids being spoiled and kids being brats. Being spoiled just means wanting for nothing.”
Peter continued: “I remember I bought Junior a Christmas present and he said: ‘Dad, thank you so much, you’re such a good dad,’ and I found out later from Princess that he didn’t like it at all, but he was so appreciative I’d bought it for him.
“If we go shopping he’ll say, ‘Dad I don’t want that it’s too expensive,’ even though he has his own money now.”
After they opened their Christmas presents this year, Pete whisked the kids away to Lapland UK, and shared the joyous occasion with his Instagram followers.
The kids looked on in awe in one snap as they chatted to Santa, while in another daughter Princess posed in front of a snowy background with her doctor stepmum.
Peter also shared a sweet video of the park’s reindeer in their pen.
But he confessed that son Junior didn’t make the outing, saying he had a more appealing “offer”.
The singer captioned his post: “Kids loved meeting Santa today at Lapland UK. Highly recommend you go if you can. Amazing experience for the kids. Junior missed out as bed was more appealing.”
The family is no stranger to luxury holidays – in June, they stayed in a £2,520-per-week villa in Portugal.
A huge terrace, swimming pool with plenty of sun loungers and a games room were just some of the extras the four-bedroom home had on offer.
They even rented a 19-metre super yacht where they spotted dolphins in the sea during a luxury cruise that would have cost around £1,452, according to The Sun.
Cooking up only the best cuisine was their very own private chef, but the property also had a BBQ if they fancied grilling their own grub.
And this time last year, Pete and his brood were on a ski trip at a stunning five-star resort in the French Alps.
But they don’t always rent somewhere for the week – Peter actually owns an enormous property in Cyprus where the family can head to for somewhere more familiar.
Peter, who is of Cypriot descent, helped his dad build the plush pad in 20 years ago and the family regularly jets out there for their summer holidays.
The house boasts an incredible outdoor pool, a tennis court and a palm-tree lined driveway.
Peter’s current base is at his £1.7million home in Surrey, where his children attend private school.
The six-bedroom property has a sparkling hot tub, a designer kitchen with a stunning island in the middle, its own gym with UV lights, a playroom for the kids and a pull-down cinema screen in the living room with an open fire.
As well as boasting his and hers bathrooms, Peter and Emily also share a jaw-dropping walk in wardrobe brimming with their designer garments.
Their children, Theo and Amelia, have a joint bedroom and Peter even has a music studio on the second floor.
Behind the iron gates and high fences are parked Pete’s supercars with personalised number plates, including a black Bentley and a white £126,000 BMW.
As well as swanky holidays and million-pound properties, Pete’s darlings attend star-studded A-list events including the Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards earlier this year.
His two eldest joined him and Emily on the red carpet, as Junior looked the spitting image of his dad in a navy velvet suit and Princess stunned in a halter-neck gown of the same hue.
Peter told The Mirror: “This is my daughter’s first ever red carpet, and Junior’s done one before but never like this.”
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