Peter Andre is considering putting his career on hold to be a stay-at-home dad when his girlfriend Emily MacDonagh gives birth.
Peter Andre is considering putting his career on hold.
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer is deliberating being a stay-at-home dad after his girlfriend Emily MacDonagh gives birth to their first baby together early next year, so she can continue to become a doctor.
A source told Closer magazine: ''Pete's made it clear Emily and the baby are his priority. He wants Emily to fulfil her dreams of becoming a doctor and has been saying he's happy about being a stay-at-home dad. He's even joked at how good he is at changing the nappies and burping.
''Pete's career has always been hectic. He's been open about having time out from showbiz to be a stay-at-home dad for a year, if Emily wants to complete her medical training on a placement.
The reality TV star - who already has two children, Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, six, with ex-wife Katie Price - can't wait for the new arrival and is already planning the birth.
The source added: ''He's always saying he has to punch himself about having Emily. She's calm and is planning a natural birth. Pete can't wait to cut the cord. He keeps saying he feels like the baby is a gift from his brother Andrew, who passed away from kidney cancer last year. It's a very emotional time for him.''
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