Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh will marry.
Peter Andre and Emily MacDonagh will marry.

Peter Andre is planning two weddings

PETER Andre is planning to have two weddings to mark his marriage to Emily MacDonagh, with one ceremony in England and one in Cyprus.

The 41-year-old star, who is engaged to medical student Emily MacDonagh, is planning a massive celebration to mark his second marriage and will have not one, but two ceremonies - one in England and another with his family in Cyprus.

He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "Definitely, definitely got to do something traditionally English and then we'll go to Cyprus and do a Greek wedding as well."

But Peter, who welcomed daughter Amelia with Emily in January, has ruled out a third wedding in Australia, where he grew up.

He quipped: "I'll be wiped out by the second one! I'm getting old, I can't be having three weddings. Who does three weddings?"

The proud father-of-three - who also has son Junior, eight, and six-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii with first wife Katie Price - says he has no plans to slow down his TV career after taking a few weeks of paternity leave, and is more driven than ever to provide for his family.

He explained: "I had three weeks off, but I'm back to work ... I'm loving it. I love my job. I love it so much, I get all these different things happening and I'm still here, I can't believe it.

"As your family's getting more, you've got to work harder, don't you? It's so true. At one point last year, I was like, 'Ah, I don't know if I want to do this anymore', but now I want to work harder than I've ever worked and I'm loving it."


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