Peter Andre has revealed he wants to live into his 100s so he and his new wife Emily McDonagh can celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary one day.
Peter Andre wants to live into his 100s so he can celebrate his 60th wedding anniversary with Emily McDonagh.
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer tied the knot with Emily, who is 16 years his junior, in July after welcoming their daughter Amelia into the world last year and Peter has credited her with turning his life around following his split from ex-wife Katie Price in 2009 and the death of his brother Andrew in 2012.
He said: ''Emily is a very good influence on me - kind, very smart, a logical thinker, she doesn't panic.
''My last panic attack was three years ago, when I lost my brother. I went six months after that worse than ever and again I fell into that.
''But Emily's the one who helped me overcome it. I want to make it to our 60th anniversary, like my parents, though I'd have to live to 104. I'm going to go for it.''
The 42-year-old hunk - who was recently accused of fabricating details in a court case regarding a contract dispute between ITV2 and a reality TV show producer - refused to comment on whether Katie's claims that they no longer speak to one another despite having two children together are true.
Peter - who has ten-year-old son Junior and eight-year-old daughter Princess with Katie - told The Sun newspaper: ''I don't know how to answer that. I have them exactly half the time. It's fine. Everything's fine. Do you know what? Everything is grand.''
Asked how he feels about Katie constantly speaking about him during interviews, he added: ''Have you met Emily? She's wonderful.''
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