Princess Andre had an amazing time swimming with dolphins (Picture: Youtube)
Peter Andre has shared heartwarming footage of his daughter, Princess Andre, breaking down in tears as she finally gets to swim with dolphins.
The singer, 48, who shares 13-year-old Princess and son Junior, 15, with ex-wife Katie Price, managed to squeeze in a sunshine break with his two eldest kids as well as wife Emily MacDonagh, 31, and their two children, Amelia, seven, and Theo, four.
The family shared their recent trip to Portugal on their YouTube channel, not sparing any of the gory details of the coronavirus tests they had to have in order to fly.
During the special family vacation, Peter also made Princess’s dreams come true by arranging for her to swim with dolphins.
He told his followers: ‘My lovely daughter Princess has always dreamed of swimming with dolphins and I was supposed to do it for her birthday last year but it didn’t happen because of lockdown and everything.
‘So I’ve brought her here today and she has no idea that she is finally going to meet a dolphin face to face.’
As Princess realised they were going to swim with dolphins, she was visibly overcome with emotion as she covered her mouth with her hand.
She appeared to sob as she hugged her father, asking: ‘Are we actually doing it?’
Princess and her siblings were then seen joining the dolphins in the water, petting them as they swam past with their trainer, even hitching a ride across the pool with them.
Princess and her siblings got to hang out and swim with the dolphins (Picture: Youtube)
‘That was one of the best experiences ever,’ Princess gushed as their session came to an end, adding: ‘So happy. It was amazing.’
It was also reported that Peter had met up with Katie, 43, while in Portugal as she was out there with fiancé Carl Woods, 32, and wanted to see the children.
A source told OK: ‘Peter and Katie were both in Portugal at the same time and Katie wanted to see the kids so of course, Pete took them to see her.
‘Pete’s a nice guy and it’s very important for the kids. They all sat and had coffee and it was really nice.’
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