Peter Andre looks so different bald in new photo

Aisha Nozari

Peter Andre revealed what he’d look like bald on Saturday, when he shared a YouTube thumbnail of his upcoming video, in which his wife Emily gives him a lockdown haircut.

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If you look closely at the image, you can see that the doting dad has edited his head so that he appears to be bald – and the singer certainly looks different without his luscious black locks!

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Peter’s post comes days after he and Emily opened up about their “unpleasant” experience with coronavirus during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.

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The 47-year-old singer admitted he was surprised by his symptoms as they weren’t anything like he expected.

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Peter shared the photo on Instagram 

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“It’s quite unbelievable because everyone has different symptoms,” he said. “I think one of the key things I wanted to say was don’t ignore your symptoms because they are not all going to be the same, to the point where when I had symptoms I was absolutely convinced that I didn’t have the virus.”

Emily, 31, added that even she didn’t think Peter had the virus, saying: “It just wasn’t textbook how it presented, it was a lesson to both of us to be vigilant of your symptoms.”


Peter and Emily opened up 

The mum-of-two, who previously battled the disease, is on the front lines as an NHS doctor.

Talking about his symptoms, Peter went on: “I didn’t have a temperature, I had body aches, I had a cough but it wasn’t as persistent as what I had been told but it was persistent enough that I went and got a test.

“The key thing about that was, once I went and got the test, we self-isolated for ten days so we knew once we got that positive result that in that ten days we could not infect anyone else.”

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