PETER Andre and his wife Emily posed for festive photos with their rarely-seen children Amelia, six, and Theo, four.
The 47-year-old joined his family outside their Surrey home as they unveiled their Christmas makeover as part of The Snowman Winter Windows Campaign to raise money for children's hospice charities.
Delighted with their winter wonderland at-home, Peter and Emily smiled while their two children, whose faces they keep private, had their backs towards the camera.
Peter wrapped up for the occasion in a padded black coat while Emily followed his style lead in a cream-coloured jacket and complimenting roll-neck jumper.
The Mysterious Girl hitmaker appeared thrilled to showcase his decked out tree, which boasted baubles in hues of red and brown while adorable light animal lined the tree alongside an inflatable snowman.
In another shot, Peter and Emily joined their eldest inside as they coloured in some of the characters from the famous festive book and film.
Speaking of their festive home makeover for charity, Peter said: "Who better than Raymond Briggs' beloved Snowman to bring families and communities together this winter to create some festive cheer?
"Not only will The Snowman window scenes sprinkle some much-needed magic across the UK, they will raise vital funds for children's hospices.
"So you can have fun creating and sharing your Snowman window and know that you've made a difference in doing so," he added.
"Christmas just isn't Christmas without The Snowman, and this year Christmas most definitely has come early!"
The campaign will raise money for children's hospice charities Together for Short Lives and Chestnut Tree House, with The Snowman author Raymond Briggs in full support as a patron of Chestnut Tree House.
Last week, Peter shared his anguish at not being able to hug son Junior for two weeks as the teen self-isolates following a coronavirus outbreak at his school.
The dad-of-four can't wait to cuddle his eldest, who he welcomed with ex Katie Price, and isn't bothered if the 15-year-old finds it cringey.
Writing in his New magazine column, Peter said: "At the time of writing this Junior is about to finish self-isolating after a couple of pupils in his year at school tested positive for coronavirus.
"He hasn't been able to sit next to us at dinner and I haven't hugged him in so long, which is so hard. I don't know if he's loved that or hated it, but I can't wait to give him a big squeeze!
"He's going to say I'm cringe but who cares? He's my boy."
Junior was initially annoyed at having to self-isolate, especially when he realised he couldn't spend the time relaxing.
It's been a bumpy ride for the family as of late. Pete recently grew emotional when his son Theo asked for a coronavirus test after coughing.
Due to his wife Emily being a doctor, their children are all aware of the current risks of contracting the deadly bug and have become very cautious.
Reflecting on the current pandemic, Peter said it made him sad that a toddler had developed an understanding of the virus.
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