Peter Andre shows off baby Amelia"s cute baby gifts


 Peter Andre shows off baby Amelia
Peter Andre thanked his fans for the presents he received on his 41st birthday but revealed that his new baby daughter Amelia had been sent more – including adorable personalised blankets.

The blankets were embroidered with Amelia’s name, along with her half-brother and sister’s name Junior and Princess, and her date of birth.
 

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The Australian singer has two children with his ex-wife, reality star Katie Price, and also agreed to welcome her son Harvey with footballer Dwight Yorke as his own.

And Peter’s fiancée Emily MacDonagh gave birth to Amelia three weeks early on 7th January 2014 at Musgrove Park hospital, Somerset.

Peter and Emily, 23, started dating in 2012 and announced the pregnancy in July 2013, then they revealed their engagement two months ago.

At the time Peter revealed his joy at becoming a father again, saying he was “absolutely thrilled”.

“Btw a massive, massive thank you to everyone who has sent congrats and well wishes. She’s such a beaut. Love you all lots,” wrote Peter to his three million followers after Amelia’s birth.

Since her arrival, Peter has been posting pictures on his blog of the personalised gifts the family have received, including frames and wall letters – even M&Ms.

The couple recently attended the Television and Radio Industries Club awards where Emily, a medical student, wowed in in a summery yellow dress that showed off her long legs.
 

Peter with his TRIC Award

Peter was nominated the ‘Satellite/Digital TV Personality Sponsored by SES’ category, beating Joe Swash and Keith Lemon to win the award for the third year in a row.

Speaking to ! Online previously, Peter gushed about his beautiful bride-to-be and how well she had taken on her new role as a mother.

“She’s awesome,” he said. “She’s the best and just a natural.”

He added that his two other children were embracing the family’s new addition.

“They’re obsessed with her,” said Peter. “The iPads have become redundant. There’s no use for them now.”