Pregnant Emily Andre and husband Peter sweetly cradle bump as baby is ‘kicking like mad’

Emily Andre has shared a pregnancy update with fans on social media, as she gets set to welcome her third child with husband Peter.

The NHS doctor, 34, posted an adorable photo of her and Peter, 50, cradling her growing baby bump as they enjoyed a cosy night in together at their Surrey mansion. The couple placed their hands on Emily's stomach as the soon-to-be mum-of-three wrapped her bump up in a white fluffy blanket.

Emily, who shares son Theo, seven, and daughter Amelia, nine, with husband Peter, told her followers: "Baby kicking away like mad – always in the evenings! Defo a night owl @peterandre," with a red heart emoji.

Fans flocked to gush over the update, with one writing: "Oh Emily how beautiful, exciting times for all the family," while a second added: "Lovely family, have an amazing Christmas all of you".

"Exciting times ahead. Hope your pregnancy is going OK," another follower sweetly penned.

Peter, who is also dad to son Junior, 18, and daughter Princess, 16, with ex-wife Katie Price, shared the exciting baby news in October with a cute photo of him and Emily holding their baby scans.

He posted on Instagram: "We are delighted to share the news with you all. A new addition to our family in 2024. The kids are so excited. So are we."

Pete's eldest daughter Princess has shared her excitement over welcoming another baby into the family, saying she's "really looking forward" to the arrival of her seventh sibling.

Princess has four younger siblings – Bunny, nine, and Jett, 10, who are Katie’s children from her marriage to Kieran Hayler, plus Theo and Amelia. She also has two older brothers – Harvey, 21, and 18-year-old Junior.

Speaking to OK! in a new interview, Princess gushed: “I’m honestly so excited. I literally love babies, they’re just so cute, so I’m really looking forward to it.”

However, she's not too keen on helping with nappy changes. The 16 year old joked: “I wouldn’t say fully on board. No, I’m only joking. I feel like I’m a good big sister, and now that I’m older I can help with things and look after the baby.”

She also spoke about how much she loves watching her younger siblings grow up, telling us: “With my younger siblings, it’s just so nice to see them grow up.

"They’re reaching double digits now and it’s amazing to watch them all grow and become their own people. I love seeing their different personalities and seeing them all have their own lives.”

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