Peter Andre is devastated when he cannot see his poor mother in Australia due to coronavirus restrictions.
The 47-year-old singer announced that he even contacted the Australian embassy to see his parents, who are both in their eighties.
However, due to strict travel bans on international flights, Peter has to wait until he is back with his mother and father.
What did Peter Andre say?
Opening in his New! In the magazine’s column, Peter said, “My top priority this year is to visit my mother and father in Australia.
“I miss her too much.
My top priority this year is to visit my mother and father in Australia
“I look forward to the opening of the borders as it is annoying not to see them, especially since my mother is not doing very well.”
He added: “I actually contacted the Australian Embassy because there are special circumstances that family members can fly over, but unfortunately I don’t meet the criteria.”
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Last month it was announced that the Australian government had extended its ban on international travel.
Meanwhile, residents are only allowed to leave the country for specific reasons.
Peter sets out to miss his parents
The infatuated father has a close relationship with his beloved parents Savvas and Thea.
Last year, Peter used social media to share her amazing milestone – 65 years married.
In addition to a snapshot on Instagram, he wrote: “HAPPY 65th wedding anniversary mom and dad.
“You are the greatest. What a milestone. I aspire to be like you two.
“I love you and I am so grateful to have both of you in our lives. Na Zisete (long live in Greek) #family # 65years of marriage #Mumanddad. ”
During the lockdown, Peter previously spoke of missing his parents.
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He told Mail Online: “I talk to my father almost every day. The only salvation is that my sister is there.
“I know everyone is in the same position and if you know that … I’m not singled out.”
Back home, Pete’s doctor, Emily, continued to work on the front lines.
Previously, he praised his wife and said, “Every NHS employee, not just Emily, every supervisor, teacher, but every single key worker deserves so much praise.”
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