Princess Andre breaks silence on dad Peter’s new baby – her 7th sibling

Princess Andre, the teenage daughter of Peter Andre and Katie Price, will become a big sister for the fifth time next year – and has told OK! she can't wait to meet the new arrival.

Dad Pete, 50, and his NHS doctor wife Emily MacDonagh, 34, who are already parents to Theo, seven, and Amelia, nine, announced last month they were expecting another child together, due next year.

In an exclusive chat with OK!, 16-year-old Princess expressed her excitement, saying: "I'm honestly so excited," and "I literally love babies, they're just so cute, so I'm really looking forward to it."

When asked if she's ready for all the newborn nappy changes, she responded with a laugh: "I wouldn't say fully on board" but added, "No, I'm only joking. I feel like I'm a good big sister, and now that I'm older I can help with things and look after the baby."

Princess already has four younger siblings – Bunny, nine, and Jett, 10, who are Katie's children from her marriage to Kieran Hayler, plus Theo and Amelia. She also has two older brothers Harvey, 21, and 18-year-old Junior.

Junior is now making a name for himself as a successful singer. His debut single Slide and second single Only One both reached No1 in the iTunes charts in their first week.

Princess gushed about her brother, saying: "I'm very proud of him, I think he's doing so well," and "In my opinion, he's really good at music I'm his No1 fan!".

During her exclusive first solo shoot with OK!, Princess said she loves watching her younger siblings getting older: "With my younger siblings, it's just so nice to see them grow up.

"They're reaching double digits now and it's amazing to watch them all grow and become their own people. I love seeing their different personalities and seeing them all have their own lives."

The teenager also enjoys the big family gatherings during Christmas, especially with the little ones.

"It's the best thing about Christmas I love seeing the joy of my siblings, especially as they're younger so they obviously believe in it all," she said.

She continued: "I love the build-up too, the Christmas music and the Christmas pyjamas. It's all about spending time with family and having a good time.

"I started buying my presents early because I've got such a big family. I have to have a huge pile in my bedroom and then work out which presents are for who!"

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