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Junior Andre calls Love Island ‘embarrassing’ and would disown Princess if she went on the show


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Junior and Princess Andre have revealed they would never go on Love Island, labelling it ‘embarrassing’ and would rather take on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here instead. 

The pair made the revelation on Katie Price’s latest YouTube video in which the family played ‘Most Likely To’. 

When the question of who would be most likely to eat a bug came up, talk turned to I’m a Celeb – and it looks like Junior and Princess would be more than keen to follow in their mum and dad’s footsteps. 

Katie and Peter Andre met on the show in 2004, going on to develop a relationship in the jungle, and the show is the one their kids are most likely to take on in the future. 

Peter had recently spoken out to say he would only let Junior appear on Love Island as the presenter, but it looks like he has nothing to worry about with his kids wanting to be contestants.

When asked whether she would appear on Love Island, Princess said: ‘No, not any more’, with Junior also saying he wouldn’t go on the show. 

Junior made his thoughts clear on him or his sister going on Love Island (Picture: Katie Price/YouTube)

Junior replied: ‘What do you mean, not any more? You’re never doing Love Island.’

He added: ‘Unless you want all of us to disown you, then you’re not doing Love Island. I’m not doing Love Island. 

‘It seems fun but it’s embarrassing. It’s embarrassing. It’s just a bunch of… yeah.’

Peter previously spoke about whether he would let his kids on reality shows, writing for OK magazine: ‘I think [Strictly would] be a really good show for Bista [Princess] or Junior to do, because you actually learn a skill. 

‘On the downside, you’ve got to be thick skinned in this industry and be able to take negative comments from the judges.

‘As you know, I like watching shows like Love Island, but it’s not something I’d want my kids to do. 

‘I said to Junior, “if you want to do a show like that, be the presenter, I just don’t want you to be a contestant.”‘

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