Peter Andre stunned as daughter Princess insists on going to the shops in her dressing gown and pyjamas – The Sun

PETER Andre was left stunned when daughter Princess insisted on going to the shops in her dressing gown and pyjamas last night.

The 47-year-old star filmed their late-night trip the local Co-Op, and was saddened to discover that most of the shelves were bare as other customers had stockpiled amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Taking to his Instagram Stories, Peter showed 12-year-old Princess huddling up in a white dressing gown as she made her way to the car.

The schoolgirl was bare-legged and wearing trainers – although she admitted on camera that they were actually stepmum Emily's shoes.

Princess could be heard complaining about the cold as exasperated Peter told fans: "This is how my daughter wants to go to the Co-Op.

"What are you doing?"


Once they got to the shops, Peter filmed the bare shelves and empty freezers as he sighed: "Well, they definitely weren't lying, this is absolute madness, wow – look at this!"

Off camera, Princess says: "Crazy! Actually crazy!"

Going into full 'Dad Joke' mode, Peter then went to the empty bread section as he joked: "Bist, what bread do you want?"

He did the same in the fruit and veg section, filming the empty crates and quipping: "You've got to keep up with your fruit and veg… Oh."


Catching Princess on camera, she was still wearing just her nightwear, with her long blonde hair flowing down her back.

Peter couldn't resist remarking: "80% hair, my daughter."

Giving up, he also showed off his final purchases to fans – which consisted of chocolate cake mix, Liquorice Allsorts, Mini Eggs, and other goodies.

He shared: "I came in for bread and milk and have ended up with chocolate and sweets!"

Earlier this week, Peter confessed that he was stockpiling food as he explained his doctor wife Emily was vulnerable to coronavirus.

He insisted it would be "irresponsible" to not have food reserves in the household for the family, with Princess, 14-year-old Junior, six-year-old Amelia, and three-year-old Theo all living in the household with him and Emily.

He wrote in his New column: "If anyone in our household is going to be exposed to the virus it's probably Emily because she works in a hospital, but until we're told otherwise we're just carrying on as normal.


"We have started stocking up on dry and canned food, though. If we do have to self-quarantine, we have a large family to feed and it would be irresponsible for us not to be prepared."

Coronavirus has become a worldwide pandemic, with thousands of people stockpiling through fear of having to self-quarantine.

So far, 3,269 Brits have tested positive for the dangerous virus, with 144 patients in the UK losing their lives.

 

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