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Peter Andre admits he’s worried about his kids dating online and says it’s ‘scary’ – The Mirror

Mysterious Girl crooner Peter Andre, 48, appeared on Loose Women today as he spoke about the idea of children Junior and Princess trying out online dating

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Peter Andre has admitted that he’s worried about his children Princess and Junior trying out online dating.

The Mysterious Girl crooner, 48, appeared on Loose Women today to speak about his new healthy eating regime.

However, host Ruth Langsford first wanted to get his opinion on online dating after Coleen’s comments about her own experiences on the internet.

“I’m out of the game, so I have no idea! But times have changed,” he said. “Everything’s so on phones and you can get access to everything. It’s quite scary actually.”

Ruth probed: “Do you worry for the kids? I mean, it’s a whole new world, isn’t it, watching them go through the whole process.”

Peter Andre has admitted that he’s worried about his children trying out online dating
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“It is,” he conceded. “But we’ve got to adapt as well. I always say this, when times change you can try and fight against it or you can learn to accept the new ways and try and find new ways around it because if you don’t, you just get left behind.

“Kids seem to be a lot smarter now than the kids when I was a kid. These kids just know everything – they’re just so smart, you know?”

Peter is dad to 16-year-old Junior and 14-year-old Princess with ex-wife Katie Price and Amelia (seven) and five-year-old Theo with current wife Emily.

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Early last year, Peter was pleased when Princess was banned from TikTok – while Katie slammed the social media platform as she claimed the teen “didn’t do anything wrong”.

Writing in his column for new! magazine, Peter explained: “My daughter Princess was excited to be back on TikTok again after her account got suspended, but then she got blocked again!

“Now correct me if I’m wrong, but I said to her that for them to ban you, there must be a reason.

“I said, whatever it is, if you’re not supposed to be on it, get off it!

“I’m harsh but I always do it with a smile and she knows I love her.”

*Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV

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Source: https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/peter-andre-admits-hes-worried-25861623

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