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Peter Andre Agrees To Let Daughter Princess Go On Love Island... But On One Condition

Peter Andre Agrees To Let Daughter Princess Go On Love Island... But On One Condition

Peter’s sticking to his guns on this one.

With Love Island being so popular amongst teenagers and youngsters, and potentially leading people onto a life of fame and fortune, it’s little wonder so many teenagers are desperate to go on the show.

Among those hoping to head to the villa one day is 14-year-old Princess, the daughter of Katie Price and Peter Andre who is a self-confessed Love Island superfan.

Peter is being picky with his Princess (
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However, Mysterious Girl singer Peter is less keen on the idea – and has now set out some ground rules should Princess decide to follow the Love Island path to fame.

The protective dad has said that Princess can only feature on the show if she’s going to present it – following in the footsteps of Laura Whitmore.

Speaking in his New! magazine column, the 48-year-old explained: “Princess has said she wants to do Love Island but I still haven't changed my mind about that.

Princess is only allowed on the show as a host (
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“Presenting it? Yes. A contestant? Not so sure!"

Recalling a conversation with his daughter, he explained: "She said to me, 'Would you ever let me go on Love Island?'

"I said to her, 'When they start doing Love Island based on priests and nuns and they're having their sermons on Sundays you can go on Love Island but until then no chance'."

While Laura Whitmore took the reins from the late Caroline Flack to host the show in 2020, sources have speculated that ITV are looking to replace her when the show returns next year.

Names that have been put forward include Maya Jama, and former Islander Maura Higgins.

There are rumours speculating Laura may be replaced (

An insider said: “Producers are keen to keep the show fresh and are keeping their options open.

“They have been impressed with both Maya and Maura, and think either could bring the necessary pizzazz and sexiness to the role.”

The source continued to The Sun: “They want someone who is fun and can connect with people. Maura has obviously taken part in the show herself and knows it inside out so could easily relate to contestants and what they are going through.”

An ITV spokesperson told Tyla: “This is not true. Laura has done a fantastic job at the helm of the show this year and no discussions have yet taken place with regard to the next series.”

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Topics: Love Island, Celebrity