PETER Andre has shared a rare video with his daughter Amelia as they played together with their pet rabbits.
The father-of-four took to social media to share the sweet clip that sees his seven-year-old cuddle up with bunnies Teddy and Willow.
Singer Pete, 47, posted the clip as he and Amelia, who he shares with wife Emily MacDonagh, spent time holding their furry friends.
"Happy Saturday from Teddy and Willow," the proud dad posted on social media alongside the short clip that sees Amelia snuggle one of the rabbits to her chest.
Careful as ever not to show his daughter's face, Mysterious Girl singer Pete filmed as Amelia spoke to fans about how much she "loved" her pets.
"Morning everyone, this is Teddy," the doting dad begins, with Amelia chiming in: "And this is Willow. I love her."
"I love her too and I love him," Pete agrees, directing fans to a link to their family YouTube in the comments for "more family fun".
Fans went wild for the sweet video, with many calling the tender family moment between father and daughter "beautiful".
Other rabbit owners warned Pete to "get Teddy fixed ASAP" so they "don't have plenty more rabbits on the way very soon".
Amelia is the eldest of the two children Peter shares with wife Emily, 31, as they also share a four-year-old son called Theo.
Pete is also dad to teens Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, who he shares with his with ex-wife Katie Price.
While Junior and Princess have their own popular Instagram pages and regularly feature on their famous parents' socials, Peter and Emily are much more private about the two youngest.
Neither of their faces are ever shown on social media or TV – apart from Theo's cameo appearance in one of Pete's live TV interviews.
Viewers accidentally saw the youngster's face, landing the star "in the dog house" with protective mum Emily.
The TV star recently recovered from a bout of coronavirus that left him exhausted and gasping for breath.
Pete tested positive for Covid last month after coming down with what he thought was a regular virus picked up from his children.
All the while he had to deal with people saying he was faking having the disease, explaining: "They said, 'You disgust me'.
"I had somebody say that yesterday. 'You disgust me, we never saw your thing from the NHS saying you were positive.'
"Because what am I going to do? Put it up on the screen? It's ridiculous."
Emily added: "You see it in the media play out so much – you hear all these stories of young people who are getting really unwell.
"It makes you worried more than you would if you didn't know it was coronavirus."
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