Inside Peter Andre’s lavish home in Cyprus where he spends his family holidays

Mysterious Girl singer Peter Andre helped his dad build the plush pad in Cyprus 20 years ago and the family regularly jets out there for their summer holidays. The house boasts an incredible outdoor pool and a tennis court

Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will auto-play soon8CancelPlay nowPeter Andre gives tour of luxury family home in CyprusByLucy NeedhamAssistant Showbiz Editor

  • 08:51, 31 Jul 2021
  • Updated09:26, 31 Jul 2021

Peter Andre owns a luxurious villa in Cyprus where he usually spends his summer holidays, but the family have struggled to get back there due to the various travel restrictions in place.

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The singer purchased the land 20 years ago and together with his dad Savvas Andrea has since transformed the space into an idyllic home.

During a previous visit to the house, Pete proudly gave fans a tour of the property he built with his dad.

Beginning with the luscious green and spacious backyard, Peter took his Instagram fans on a look around his property.

After showing off the stunning palm tree-lined driveway, Peter proceed to pan the camera over the impressive tennis court he's installed on site.

The pool looks very inviting at Peter Andre's Cyprus home
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And no family holiday home would be complete without a swimming pool, which Peter was happy to show off in his highlights reel.

The dad was seen taking a dip in the waters with his eldest children Junior and Princess when they joined him at the property.

The family were enjoying some downtime following Junior and Princess' holiday with the mum Katie Price, which saw her break both her feet in a nasty accident at a theme park.

Peter also has a tennis court to practise his moves on
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The singer revealed his dad planted the trees 20 years ago and they've now grown along with his property
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"How amazing is it being at home guys?" Peter asked the teenagers.

"Love this place," he mused.

As he shared the latest video of his tranquil hideaway to Instagram, Peter explained to his followers: "I bought this land nearly 20 years ago and me and my father built this. Dad planted all these trees years ago and now wow.

"So grateful to have this. Great to be back home in our Cyprus."

The clip sent his fans wild with envy, with one telling him: "Very jealous wish I was somewhere like that now."
"It’s beautiful. I’d want to live there full time if it was mine Pete," another told him.

Princess looked right at home soaking up the sun poolside
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Peter's current base is back home in Surrey, where his children attend private school.

During the first lockdown, his first wife Katie moved in just ten minutes down the road from him so they could continue sharing custody of their kids while the former glamour model's 'mucky' mansion went under renovation.

While Peter was born in Cyprus, his family relocated to Sydney when he was nine years old.

Peter and his doctor wife Emily like to jet off abroad when they can
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When he was 14, budding performer Peter came second in a dance competition where the prize was to meet King of Pop Michael Jackson.

The contest was won by choreographer Wade Robson, who went on to accuse the late Thriller singer of abusing him.

While Peter launched a career in pop music himself in Australia where he enjoyed considerable success before landing a hit in the UK with Mysterious Girl in 1996.

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