Junior Andre Shows Off New £25,000 Car From Dad As He Learns To Drive
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Junior, who is the son of Peter and Katie Price, was delighted with his present after he posed on the bonnet for an Instagram snap.
"Couldn’t be more grateful right now," he wrote.
"I’m releasing my debut single 'SLIDE' this Friday 17th June and my dad just got me the car of my dreams."
Peter commented on the post: "My son. So proud in every way. You deserve all of it. So happy you love your present."
Peter had revealed his plans to buy Junior a car last week in his column for new! magazine. He wrote: "It's Junior's 17th birthday next week, which means it's time for a car and driving lessons!
"It feels crazy that little J is now old enough to drive. He's a good kid and makes me proud."
Explaining he wouldn't be getting anything 'too flash', Peter added: "I spent last week looking for his first car and asked him to give me a list of models he likes so the present will be a surprise on the day.
"But I don't want him to go too flash. It's his first car and he needs to be sensible."
Just last week, Peter sadly had an incident with his own car, after discovering he had been robbed outside his West End show.
You can watch the video below:
In the video, a heartbroken Peter says: "So I came out of the venue tonight at Grease and this is what happened.
"Someone smashed it, got all the stuff. Thankfully left my child seat there. Taken quite a few things.
"And I feel really bad because people were coming up and I just couldn't talk to them, I said I had to go because of what's happened."
In the caption, Peter, 49, added: "So this happened last night :(((.
"Sorry to all those that were coming up after the show and I couldn’t really talk and had to go. @greasewestend.
"I know things could be a lot worse and there are bigger problems in the world but it’s still sad. And thankfully no one was hurt. Thankfully only material things."
The next day, Peter posted a second video explaining some of his personal belongings had been found in a street by a man named George, who kindly collected them before getting in touch.
"Plse believe that People like George do exist in this world. Thank you thank you," he wrote.
"For all the bad in the world there is a lot of good. We have arranged to meet next week and thank him properly."