Peter Andre says you have to be ‘careful’ on social media after Molly-Mae robbery

Peter Andre has admitted you need to be "careful" on social media after Molly-Mae Hague's terrifying robbery ordeal.

Writing in his weekly new! column, Pete, 48, who recently sparked concern after feeling 'most ill he's been in three years', said it was "absolutely dreadful" to hear the Love Island star had £800,000 worth of belongings stolen.

Also in this week's column, Pete discusses his acting career and the Alec Baldwin gun tragedy. Read his thoughts below…

Burglars use Instagram to their advantage

It was absolutely dreadful to hear Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury had £800,000 worth of belongings stolen from their flat in Greater Manchester. I feel so sorry for them and I hope they are OK. I hope the culprits get caught and they get some of their stuff back.

Molly was posting about being in London on social media at the time of the burglary. You just have to be so careful. It’s difficult for influencers not to post certain things like designer clothes but, at the same time, social media is a place where burglars are looking, so it’s something to be cautious about.

Tried and tested

I’m thankfully feeling much better and pleased to say my PCR test was negative. I’m sure some people thought I should get a grip, but it was a really nasty bug!

I had to get tested for work and lateral flow tests aren’t quite enough. I’ve still got the cough, but I’m feeling much better. I had half term off with the kids, which was lovely, and now I’m getting stuck back into Grease this week. I’m also really excited as this month the film I’m starring in with Junior, On The Other Foot, is being released and the premiere is at the end of November. It’s a proud moment.

I love working in film and start filming a new feature film late 2021 and into early 2022. I won’t be putting ‘Actor’ on my bio quite yet as I want to earn my stripes first.

Over time, I’d like to have a nice collection of films on my IMDb and see where it all goes…

Film set rules must change

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It’s been reported that the gun which killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust was not a prop gun. The prosecutor in the case said, “It was a legit gun. It was an antique-era appropriate gun.”

Something has clearly gone so wrong here that led to a real gun loaded with a live bullet being on set. I just can’t believe how tragic the story is and my thoughts are with Halyna’s family and friends.

Alec Baldwin, who fired the gun after he was told it was safe, will no doubt be traumatised by the incident for the rest of his life. I do think this event will change the rules on film sets as someone’s life has been lost.

There need to be greater security precautions. I remember back in 1993 when it happened to Bruce Lee’s son Brandon on a film set, so clearly better safety measures must be put in place. Sad news all round.

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