Peter Andre has shared his concerns for his daughter Princess as she embarks on a new modelling career, having signed a deal with fast fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing.
The Mysterious Girl singer, who shares daughter Princess, 16, and son Junior, 18, with his ex-wife Katie Price, has revealed his own experience in the industry has led to him having some "concerns" over his daughter.
Peter previously revealed he was "struggling beyond belief" over his daughter's new relationship, which has come at around the same time as her lucrative PLT deal.
Speaking about Princess's modelling career, Peter told Closer Magazine: "I’ll always have concerns because I’ve seen the good and the bad, but I think as long as you’ve been brought up [well] – hopefully you will take from that."
He then explained how the modelling will not be getting in the way of her education, as he continued: "With Pretty Little Thing – the deal she’s got with them – is that once every couple of months or whatever, she’ll post a picture of herself in an outfit that she likes, it’s that simple.
"There’s no photo shoots or taking days off school. If it’s simple and it doesn’t interfere with school, then it’s fine."
Peter previously discussed Princess's modelling in his OK!/new column, where he told us: "She gets asked to do stuff all the time, but she’s just doing little bits here and there and nothing that interferes with her schoolwork. I’m pretty strict about that.
"All she’s doing for Pretty Little Thing is wearing an outfit and posing for a picture in it, which she can do on the weekend at home.
"She’s also done some stuff with Shein as well. She absolutely loves fashion and wants to study it at college, so that’s great."
And earlier this year in his exclusive OK!/New column, Peter discussed his daughter's new relationship, telling us: "I’m getting asked constantly about Princess having a boyfriend.
"What I will say is that I’m really stressed out at the thought. I’m an overprotective dad. Many of you will remember when I used to joke when the kids were younger that Princess would be a nun!"
He continued: "But I’ve learnt I can’t treat the girls differently from the boys. Whatever rules I had for Junior at 15 should be the same for Princess.
"It’s the right decision, although an incredibly stressful one for any parent!"
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