Inside Peter Andre's stunning home in Cyprus with tennis courts and pool as he holidays with wife Emily and their kids

PETER Andre has shown off his stunning home in Cyprus with tennis courts and a pool as he holidays with wife Emily and their kids.

The singer, 47, took to Instagram to display the property he bought 20 years ago with his dad – and has since done the whole property up.

Peter's video shows the beautiful white villa surrounded by grass, stone slab paths and trees.

The well curated garden curves round the path towards a clay tennis court.

Sitting next to this is the swimming pool, surrounded with deck chairs and privacy fencing.

The singer captioned the video: "I bought this land nearly 20 years ago and me and my father built this.



"Dad planted all these trees years ago and now wow. So grateful to have this. Great to be back home in our Cyprus"

Peter jetted off to Cyprus – where his family is originally from – with his wife Emily, 31, and their kids Amelia, six, and Theo, three.

The star had his followers in stitches while out and about in Cyprus on Saturday morning

The Mysterious Girl star took to Instagram to make an epic dad joke as he went shopping for some pastries.

Sharing three snaps of himself bagging up some baked goods for breakfast, Peter captioned the post: "BREAKING NEWS: Former pop star holds up bakery at bun point. Thanks @sammacd28 😂 @drtmacdonagh @willmacdonagh."

The first snap showed the dad-of-four using a pair of tongs to jokingly hold a woman hostage as he clutched a brown paper bag of buns.

Wearing a black T-shirt with the word 'Pops' emblazoned on it and a pair of adidas shorts, Peter had wrapped a scarf around his face to make himself appear more sinister.

The second picture showed him sneakily adding another pastry to his bag, while the third showed he'd gone back to the shelves to stock up on more.


Peter's 1.5 million followers found the whole thing hilarious and took to the comments section to make their own jokes.

One person wrote: "Sorry but life is what you bake it!" while a second wrote: "Give him the dough."

A third person added: "police looking for a mysterious man," to which Peter replied: "I'm going in to custardy."

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