PETER Andre was left horrified when his 12-year-old daughter Princess asked him: "Would you let me go on Love Island?"
The Mysterious Girl singer said Princess – his youngest child with Katie Price – branded him "mean" for not letting her watch the show.
Dad-of-four Pete, 46, spoke about his struggle to stop his children watching the sun-and-sex reality sensation as he appeared Loose Women today.
He explained: "It's really difficult because Junior is 14 now and he's like: 'Are you going to let me watch it?'
"I'm like: 'But but but.' Then he goes: 'I'll just go and watch it on my phone.'
"My daughter is 12. I feel bad because I'm just like: 'No.' She thinks I'm mean.
"It doesn't mean I'm right. I always say this – every parent's got a different thing, they use their discretion. For me, I just think she's a bit young.
"She said to me: 'Would you ever let me go on Love Island?'
"I said: 'When they start doing Love Island based on priests and nuns and doing sermons on Sundays you can go on.'
"I don't mean to be strict. They get told everything by their friends anyway."
He admitted: "Junior is getting to the stage where he wants to hang out and watch things. His friends have it on their phones and they watch it on catch-up."
Peter and 41-year-old Katie married in 2005, going on to have two children before splitting in 2009.
He married Emily MacDonagh in 2015 with the pair celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary today.
However, Peter admitted they hadn't actually seen each other, with the star making a string of TV appearances starting with Good Morning Britain this morning.
There, he expertly swerved a question about Katie after bringing up their time in the I'm A Celeb jungle in 2004.
Referring to his TV romance, Ben Shephard cheekily joked: "It was a little bit like Love Island in many ways, it was for you wasn't it Pete?"
Susanna Reid added: "It was, wasn’t it Pete?"
The singer tried to move away from the question, saying: "It was yeah, but anyway, in other news… take a look at this."
Laughing, Ben said: "You brought that up!"
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