Peter Andre's wife Emily shares rare snaps of kids Amelia and Theo as they self isolate after Junior caught Covid

PETER Andre's wife Emily has shared a rare snaps of their kids Amelia and Theo as they self isolate.

The 48-year-old singer and his wife Emily have been forced to remain indoors after Junior tested positive for Covid.

Peter, who shares his 15-year-old son Junior with his ex-wife Katie Price, revealed on Friday that he was self-isolating.

The family have found ways to keep themselves entertained over the Bank Holiday weekend, as they continue isolate for the next five days.

Emily, who is an NHS doctor, took to social media to give fans a glimpse at their antics.

She took to social media to share a snap of Theo, four and Amelia, seven getting creative in the kitchen.

The youngsters knocked up a mouth-watering red velvet cake complete with cream frosting delicately piped on top.

Emily wrote: "What better way to kill time in self isolation than baking."

She then shared a snap of the cake mixture being poured in the tins and tagged it #selfisolation.

The family were impressed with the outcome with Emily proudly sharing a pic of the finished product.

She captioned it: "Tea, Cake and BBC Line of Duty…not like we've got anything else to do. 5 days to go."

The busy mum then gushed over handpicked flowers that her little son Theo picked for her from their garden in Surrey.

Junior, who is a star in his own right thanks to his YouTube and social media profiles, revealed his Covid diagnosis last week.

He wrote in a Story: "I have tested positive for Covid" alongside wailing and fuming face emojis.

The lad will now have to stay home from school and self-isolate from his classmates.

He had to do the same on November with dad Pete explaining: "Junior is having to self-isolate at the moment because a couple of people in his school year tested positive for coronavirus."

Both Peter and step-mum Emily have both been struck with Covid-19 and suffered lingering side effects.

The singer, 48, called his battle with the deadly virus "very unpleasant" and was confined to his bed or sofa for days.

He added that his cousin was also badly affected and needed oxygen because his struggle was so serious.

Emily, 31, an NHS doctor, got her first coronavirus jab back in January after seeing off the disease in 2020.

Katie's eldest son Harvey, 18, who has complex needs, has now had both jabs and suffered no side effects.

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