Horrified Peter Andre can’t buy food for his kids as coronavirus panic buying strips the shelves – The Sun


PETER Andre was horrified after going to the supermarket and finding he cannot buy food for his kids amid coronavirus panic buying.

The dad-of-four filmed the empty shelves as he walked through the shop with eldest daughter Princess, 12.

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She accompanied her dad to the shops in a dressing gown and her step-mum Emily MacDonagh's shoes.
Filming the empty shelves, Peter said: "Well they are definitely not lying. This is absolute madness. Wow! Look at this."

Then recording the empty bread aisle, he joked: "What bread do you want? Do you want the multi seed one or the white one or what about this one?"

The singer added: "Do you know what it's absolute madness. You've got to keep up with the fruit and vegetables… oh wait," he said, before showing the empty shelves.



Earlier in the week, Pete said he was stockpiling food because his doctor wife is more likely to be infected with coronavirus.

He said it would be irresponsible not to have reserves for his kids Junior, 14, Princess, 12, Amelia, six, and Theo, three.

He wrote in his New column: "If anyone in our household is going to be exposed to the virus it's probably Emily because she works in a hospital, but until we're told otherwise we're just carrying on as normal.

"We have started stocking up on dry and canned food, though. If we do have to self-quarantine, we have a large family to feed and it would be irresponsible for us not to be prepared."




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Peter praised the NHS on his Instagram Monday, telling his 1.3million followers they need supporting.

He posted: "Approx 1.5 million people are employed by the NHS. They are working tirelessly and need our support now more than ever. #supportthenhs

"Let’s not forget the carers all up and down the country too #supportourcarers."

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