Peter Andre (c) Instagram

Peter Andre (c) Instagram

Peter Andre's eyes are "burning" after he mistook "eyelash growth serum" for eye drops.

The 'Mysterious Girl' hitmaker has admitted he is suffering with red eyes, which are stinging, after he confused his wife Emily MacDonagh's beauty products and accidentally poured the eyelash treatment for the revitalising eye wash for sore and dry eyes.

The dark-haired hunk took to social media to announce the news, and shared a photograph of the aftermath.

He captioned the post: "This is what happens when you think you're using eye drops but you find out it's you're wife's Eyelash growth serum (sic)."

The 43-year-old singer songwriter broadcasted the news further by publishing the image on Twitter as well.

And Peter has revealed his spouse - who he married in 2015 - has revealed his 27-year-old partner, who is a trained doctor, was not sympathetic to him.

When asked how he was feeling on Twitter, he replied: "Honestly? Burning. Ems response? It won't kill you , get over it RT @Melissa_PJA @MrPeterAndre how are your eyes? You absolute clutz (sic)."

Meanwhile Peter, who is expecting his second child with Emily, has admitted he would be "buzzing" if they had a son.

Speaking previously, Peter - who already has Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, with his ex-wife Katie Price and two-year-old Amelia with spouse Emily - said: "I'm usually the only one in the house who thinks we're having a boy. I'll be so happy if we have a girl but I'll be even more buzzing if it's a boy. Junior is my best mate so it would be nice to have another little boy to be pals with, especially as Junior is only with me half of the week."

Although the couple are set to welcome their second child into the world in a few months time they haven't yet finished their baby shopping.

Peter explained: "We've still got some bits to buy but we're getting there. We have to buy everything in neutral colours because we don't know what sex the baby is, but if it's a girl, we've got so much left over from Amelia that we can reuse."


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