Peter Andre shared a candid snap of his wife Emily in the kitchen cooking up a storm – and it sent fans into a frenzy after they spotted a cheeky something in the kitchen.

The Mysterious Girl singer shared the cheeky snap with his 716k Instagram followers on Sunday.The images showed Emily dressed in black, hair up in a high pony-tail, hard at work peeling carrots in the kitchen for what looks like the beginnings of a Sunday roast.

Turning an innocent Sunday lunch into a cheeky scandal, the dad-of-four captioned the candid snap with a funny quip: ‘Emily cooking a lovely Sunday roast….. I know what you’re thinking… those lemons are far too big’.

Emily cooking a lovely Sunday roast….. I know what you’re thinking… those lemons are far too big

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The post has since had over 18k likes and over 250 comments. One fan posted: “A beautifully natural pic with a cheeky touch of humour @peterandre Love it!”, while another follower said: “Lol … never grow up”.

A third fan admitted that they ‘just burst out laughing’ complete with five laughing face emojis. While this follower was more concerned about healthy portions: ‘Part of your five a day’.

“Lol – very strategically placed!!!” posted another amused follower. One fan explained to Peter: “Cheeky! It’s not the size of the lemons but the length of the cucumber..”

While one confused follower asked: “Why is there a cucumber in a Sunday roast?”

Peter is dad to Junior and Princess from his first marriage to Katie Price. He also shares daughter Amelia and, the latest addition to the Andre clan, baby Theodore, with 28-year-old Emily MacDonagh.

The couple met in 2010 and tied the knot five years later in 2015, in Exeter. They were introduced after the Australian crooner suffered with kidney stones and Emily’s dad, who’s a doctor, tended to his illness.

It took two years for their friendship to take the next step, and the then dad-of-two asked Emily’s father for his permission before asking her on a date.
FROM: Our sister site, GoodToKnow. Written by Stephanie Lowe.