PETER Andre shared a rare picture with his wife Emily MacDonagh as they made the most of the warm weather today.
The 48-year-old cosied up with the NHS doctor, 31, at their Surrey mansion after returning from a break in Portugal.
Peter Andre treated fans to a picture of himself with wife Emily[/caption]
The loved-up crooner simply captioned the shot, which sees them both wearing sunglasses, with a love heart.
Pete and Emily spent half term in Portugal with their kids Amelia, seven, and Theo, four, staying in a lavish four bedroom private villa called Villa Aurora
His children from marriage to Katie Price – Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, also joined the family getaway and even managed to catch up with their famous mum who was also on holiday in Portugal.
The family have just returned from a sun filled break in Portugal[/caption]
They jetted home shortly after the government announced the country had been taken off the green list, so they could avoid quarantining when they got home.
Pete’s selfie comes after he admitted his famous abs aren’t quite what they used to be after lockdown.
He wrote in Closer: “Someone recently messaged me on Instagram about me doing my annual calendar, while somebody else asked how my abs were doing.
“I’m no going to lie – my abs are still in lockdown!
“They’ve taken a bit of a hit over this last year.”
He continued: “I’m not embarrassed to say that I’m not feeling as calendar-ready as I’d like, but I think that’s understandable.
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“I will get there, just maybe not right now.
“I do still train and I’m in reasonably good – but not great – shape.”