Peter Andre surprised his fans with a 90s throwback – but many couldn’t get over how much he looks like daughter Princess in the old image
Peter Andre fans couldn’t believe their eyes as they noticed the strong resemblance between the singer and his daughter Princess in his 90s throwback.
The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 48, took to his Instagram on Thursday and posted a never-seen-before video clip from his younger days, where he looked incredibly different.
But fans were quick to point out he reminded them so much of 13-year-old Princess in the footage, who he shares with ex-wife Katie Price.
In the comments section, people went wild over their similarities.
“Sooooo much like princess here,” one person gushed.
A second shared: “OMG, how much does Princess look like you.”
“Princess is your double,” a third echoed.
A fourth penned: “Really can see Princess here!”
Others agreed that she is the “image” of her doting father.
Peter is rocking a very 90s hairstyle in the video, as he relaxes in an all-white outfit alongside a brunette female.
He says to her: “In America you’ll find that a lot of the swing and a lot of the R&B tracks are a lot slower. Everything is kind of more laidback.”
The woman looks at him in a mesmerised way as he chats to her.
Peter is very close with daughter Princess, as well as her siblings Junior, Amelia and Theo.
In recent days, he was left “proud” of the teenager as he revealed the types of roles his daughter is considering for her first paid job.
The father-of-four recently told fans that his eldest daughter wants to start earning her own money, with the teenager hoping to be a babysitter and dog walker soon.
Peter spoke about her plans in his latest column in New magazine, in which he shared why he thinks that it’s important for youngsters to take on a job.
He commented: “She recently said she wants to start babysitting and doing other jobs to earn pocket money, which is very sweet.”
Babysitting isn’t the only job that his daughter is considering though, he said, with him further adding: “She’s also asked about walking the neighbours’ dogs.”
The singer said he was “really proud of her for taking that initiative” and went on to reveal his first job, which he had when he was a little bit younger than Princess.
He said in his latest column that his first job was “stacking supermarket shelves” on a weekend when he was 13.
He commented: “I think it’s good for kids to learn about the responsibility that comes with a job, plus timekeeping and money management.”