Peter Andre has doubled down on his rules over daughter Princess appearing on Love Island.
The Mysterious Girl singer, who shares eldest children Princess and Junior with ex-wife Katie Price, has previously shared his strict household rules concerning the ITV2 dating series.
However, he may need to think again as the 14-year-old revealed she still wants to go on the show in the future.
Having absolutely none of it, Peter, 48, penned in his new! Magazine column: ‘Princess has said she wants to do it but I still haven’t changed my mind about that.
‘Presenting it? Yes. A contestant? Not so sure!
‘She said to me, “Would you ever let me go on Love Island?”
‘I said to her, “When they start doing Love Island based on priests and nuns and they’re having their sermons on Sundays you can go on Love Island but until then no chance”.’
Well, that could be an interesting spin-off…
Peter famously met Katie in front of the cameras, and millions of viewers watching on home, while taking part on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004.
But he has drawn the line at letting his children look for love on TV – and won’t even let Princess watch Love Island.
‘I don’t allow Princess to watch the show, but she’s just turned 14 so maybe I’ll change my mind,’ he told Woman recently.
However, while the dating show is out of the question, the dad-of-four is convinced that Junior, 16, will follow in his footsteps with a stint in the jungle at some point.
‘And I get that because he and Princess are the only children to ever have been born as a result of the jungle,’ he added to the publication.
Although there aren’t any plans for Junior to head Down Under any time soon, he is heading down the same path his dad, launching his very own music career.
The teenager recently signed with Columbia records, with bosses at the label describing him as having ‘immense natural talent’.
Celebrating the news, he said: ‘Signing my first ever record deal is a dream come true.
‘I would like to thank everyone who helped me get here, especially the team at Columbia and Rebel Records and all the people who worked with me on this project.
‘I can’t wait to share my music with the world.’
Peter proudly added: ‘I signed my first record deal at 16 years old. It was my dream and passion to see Junior sign his first record deal at the same age.
‘I took him to Rebel Records six months ago and Junior and the team have now become a part of the Columbia family.
‘I’m so happy for him. The passion and dedication Junior has put into this project is incredible and we can’t wait for you to hear it.’
Credit: Original article published here.