Peter Andre 'in the dog house' with wife Emily as he shows son's face on live TV

Peter Andre is ‘in the dog house’ with his wife Emily after showing his son’s face during a live TV interview.

The 47-year-old appeared on Loose Women via video call, which was ambushed by little Theo.

But, while he tried to cover the three-year-old’s face, the Mysterious Girl hitmaker couldn’t quite keep him off the camera as the tot demanded a hug.

And it appears his other half wasn’t too pleased with the situation, as he explained the fallout on Instagram.

Sharing an article that had covered the adorable moment, Pete wrote: ‘I’m sooo in the dog house. Hey accidents happen we are in lockdown….’

Fans were quick to back him up and commented: ‘Bless you, you tried to be fair, they could have cut you off the screen, as everyone aware of Emily’s wishes.’

‘You are trying so hard .. sometimes these things happen,’ another wrote, while someone else added: ‘You should of just got up and carried him out stuff loose women they would of understood they are fab.’

Peter two children with Emily, Amelia, six, and little Theo. He also shares Junior, 14, and Princess, 13, with his ex-wife Katie Price. 

Sharing an insight into how their home life has changed during the coronavirus lockdown, the proud hubby spoke about Emily who is currently working on the front line as a junior NHS nurse.

He said: ‘We’ve got a good balance. Obviously, while she’s not here I hold the fort and I’ve realised I’m not a school teacher. 

‘My respect for school teachers has gone through the roof and I can’t wait for them to get back.

‘When Emily is home, she is full-on – she wants to cook, bake, she’s a really good person. I’m a very lucky guy and I know that. When she’s there I say “why don’t you rest,” but she doesn’t want to.’ 

After her shift, Pete explained how Emily has to strip off and completely disinfect herself – which takes about 20 minutes every single day.

‘She’ll come home, I don’t tell the kids she’s home,’ he revealed. ‘She comes in, she takes off all of her clothes – it sounds great, but what happens is she has to put them in the washing machine, wrap a towel round her, have a shower, completely disinfect herself.’

‘Every time I say to her, “What’s it like?” – and this is why I respect her so much – all she ever talks about is people doing more.’ 

Loose Women continues weekdays at 12.30 on ITV.

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