Peter Andre says he ‘feels great’ as he strips off for 48th birthday

Peter Andre told his fans he's "feeling great" as he stripped off to reveal his muscles on his 48th birthday.

The Mysterious Girl singer and television star celebrated his 48th birthday on Saturday (27th February) and took to social media to share an iconic topless video.

Peter shared the clip with his 1.6million followers on Instagram.

In the video, he said: "And just like that I'm 48 years old.

"Yeah I've got my shirt off, but do you know what I'm training hard and in two years time I'm gonna be 50, so I may as well make the most of it."

Peter's devoted fans rushed to leave a comment, showering the star with compliments about his gym-toned physique.

One said: "looking good happy 48th birthday!"

While another penned: "Smoking hot Pete!"

"Look at those muscles", gushed a third.

Peter has been known for his muscles since he first started his singing career with hit tune Mysterious Girl.

The video sees the star in a swimming pool with his six-pack on display.

His birthday post comes after Peter recently explained why he and his wife Emily MacDonagh keep their children's faces off of social media.

It had always been thought the couple decided not to show Theodore, four, and seven-year-old Amelia to the world as they were too young to be thrust into the spotlight.

Speaking in his latest YouTube video, the singer explained why they cover the kids' faces with emojis whenever they post family snaps on social media.

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He said: "Emily's point is that they weren't born into the media. No one has ever seen their faces so she doesn't really want anyone to see their faces.

"So when they go to school no one can really recognise them."

Peter is also father to Junior, 15, and 13-year-old Princess from his marriage to Katie Price.

He said: "Obviously from J and P from day one, we were documenting our lives and they were part of that so I think they have always been in the media."

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