Britain news Peter Andre's son Junior says 'I don't belong in this family or with mum Katie' Breaking News
MetiNews.Com - Peter Andre's son Junior has spoken out about where he feels he belongs - and it is not with his dad or his mother, Katie Price. The 15-year-old jokingly told
Breaking News ! Peter Andre's son Junior has spoken out about where he feels he belongs - and it is not with his dad or his mother, Katie Price. The 15-year-old jokingly told his dad "I don't belong in this family" in a clip from the family's reality show on YouTube. The teenager was speaking about where he sees himself fit in during Life With The Andre's when he made the announcement that left his father gobsmacked. Sitting barefoot in the garden of 47-year-old Peter's house, Junior told his dad and younger sister Princess: ""The reason I don't like to wear shoes that often is because I like to feel nature under my feet." Peter Andre was taken aback by his son's confession (Image: Getty Images) Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles He then went on to deliver a stinking remark, saying that he would be better in a famous tale by Rudyard Kipling.
. I'm Mowgli, from The Jungle Book. I belong in the jungle with the exotic snakes and bears." In the clip which the Mysterious Girl singer shared on his Instagram, Peter captioned it: "Cheers son! What’s the most random thing your child has ever said to you?" There were plenty of fans that wanted to share their hilarious experiences of when their children told a home truth or two. Junior Andre said he 'didn't belong in this family' (Image: officialjunior_andre/Instagram) Read More Related Articles One wrote that their child asked: "Can guide dogs read? How do they know that they are allowed in a shop that says guide dogs only?” Another commented that their child asked them: "Do fish have ankles?" While a third was closer to the experience that Peter had enjoyed, writing: "My son asked me when he was about 5 ‘when do I get to live with my real family'." Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us direct 0207 29 33033
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