Peter Andre has told how “emotional” it was to finally be reunited with his mum after two years apart.
The star’s parents Thea and Savvas live in Australia and he has not been able to visit because of the coronavirus pandemic.
He has now jetted Down Under to see them and said he was grateful for the time with his mum, who is in ill health.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain via video link alongside some of his relatives, Andre said: “These last few days for us have just been the best days we’ve had in many many years.
“Seeing my sister, seeing my mum and my dad it’s just incredible. It really is.”
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer — who lives in the UK with his wife Emily and their young children — said he was “very emotional” when he first got to hug his loved ones after so long.
“Our mum is not very well and dad’s 89, he’s still rocking, dad is," said the 49-year-old.
"But mum is... she’s suffering quite a bit so we are all here together and it means a lot to us to be able to have this time with mum.”
Junior, Andre’s 16-year-old son with his ex Katie Price, is with him in Australia and said he “can’t stop kissing” his grandmother.
Andre also shared pictures on Instagram showing his and Junior's reunion with his mum.
"These last few days with my mum have been the greatest days in many many years," wrote the star.
"I can’t begin to express how I feel to be with her.
"I’m happy now."
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