Peter Andre has revealed he’s envious of his wife Emily not having to do much exercise to keep slim.
Writing exclusively in his column, Pete spoke about his recent trip to Australia with the family and how his wife of eight years, Emily, 33 and children Junior, 17, Princess, 15, Millie, nine and Theo, six all attempted hand stands on the beach one morning.
He revealed: “We all tried handstands on the beach when we were away. It is clear Millie and Theo got the gymnastics gene from their mum – I couldn’t keep my legs together!
“Everyone was mentioning how incredible Emily’s physique is and I’m like, “Yeah, she’s one of those!” I have to train hard in the gym but she’s naturally slender.”
Emily, however, has admitted in the past she does exercise around three times in the week and sometimes she works out alongside her husband.
She said in 2021: “I always try to stay active as much as possible.
"I’m always running around after the kids and I try to walk Millie to school sometimes rather than drive because we live a 15-minute walk away.”
She added: “I work out with Pete in our gym.”
Pete, 49, has upped his exercise regime month as it helps to combat any January blues.
He explained: “I’ve been exercising more, too. I often don’t want to but if you can be active in some way it is so good for your mental health.”
Speaking previously about his healthy routine, Peter said: "I get up in the morning and I have a black Americano, no milk, no sugar.”
He added: “At about 1pm I will have oats with some protein powder and nuts and seeds so I'm doing great, then I'll exercise.”
“When I do a calendar, I do get the abs back."
Pete has a cross-trainer and an impressive treadmill in his home gym and has. previously told fans he enjoys doing HIIT workouts, alternating between walking and sprinting.
"Stop start is always the best for me," he said.
Pete's abs made headlines in 1995 on the release of his video to hit single Mysterious Girl, which saw him topless under a waterfall.
Talking about his physique in the 90s, Peter – who moved from Australia to England when he was six years old – said: "It's weird because when I first had a six-pack in England very few guys were into training.
"It was very much a beer culture; it was all about going to the pub with your mates not going to the gym. But in Australia at the time, everyone was training."
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