PETER Andre was supported by kids Princess and Junior after wowing at Grease press night in London.
这 Mysterious Girl singer, 49, is currently playing Vince Fontaine in the West End production of the iconic show.
Peter was all smiles as he left the Dominion Theatre in central 伦敦 with his eldest kids Junior, 16, 你能猜出假肢底下的名人吗, 13, by his side.
The dad-of-four looked smart in a printed black and white shirt and skinny jeans.
Princess looked cool in ripped jeans while 16-岁 Junior kept his look casual in a black tracksuit.
I’m A Celeb star Peter made sure to make time for his fans as he posed for pictures and signed copies of their programmes.
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Just earlier this week Peter was pictured spending time with his fans signing autographs after the show.
He opted for casual attire as he travelled back to his home in Surrey.
Peter rocked a grey v-neck jumper, black jeans and a light brown beanie.
The production started earlier this month and will be running shows until October 2022.
Peter is joined on stage by Dan Partridge and Olivia Moore, Jocasta Almgill, Eloise Davies, Lizzy-Rose Esin-Kelly, Mary Moore, Paul French, Jake Reynolds, and Damon Gould.
Speaking about his new role, Peter said: “I’m beyond excited to be making my West End debut playing Vince Fontaine in Grease at the beautiful Dominion Theatre.
“Grease is such an iconic musical and we can guarantee audiences will have the most wonderful evening listening to songs we all know and love.”
它出现在 Peter spoke out yesterday in the wake of Rebekah Vardy’s comments about his manhood being repeated.
Rebekah opened up about the size of Pete’s todger during an interview back in 2001.
Peter wrote a now-deleted social media post to say his bit.
他说: “Fifteen years this has been going on, and I kept quiet and didn’t say anything. I let everyone have their laugh and say what they wanted to say.
“Just think if I had said this about her anatomy and made up something unflattering, there would be outrage…
“The only one who sits there and takes hit after hit about it, is me. Think about how it would feel if it was the other way around.”