Part-time singer, song writer and a complete celebrity, Peter Andre is famous for his amusing tones and incredible songs. Peter Andre has a net worth of $16 million. Wow! That is hell of an amount.
Peter has started on his career with singing, song writing and has given some television appearances as well. Born in Brent, London, England,Andre has got an Australian nationality. After getting the fame in Australia, Andre got popular in Europe as well.
Peter was a regular child who used to live near Surfer’s Paradise, Queenland when he was ten years old. He gave singing a try by singing “Don’t be Cruel” by Bobby Brown. After this, he was offered a contract by one of the judges. As music and dancing were not so popular in Australia, the singer made this his mission. In September 1996, Peter made his song “Flava” which reach to #1. With all this effort in business and music, Peter surely deserves the $16 million net worth.
Peter Andre’s properties
Peter Andre has got a couple of mansions in different locations. He has got houses in East Grinstead, a Surrey mansion at the countryside, Brighton and Larnaca.
When it comes to the cars, Peter has got an exotic choice and settles in for the luxury ones. First, he was spotted in the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder then in a Ferrari too. He used to own an Infiniti model as well.
Peter Andre is currently married to the teen Emily MacDonagh. Andre was first married to Katie Price on September 10, 2005. The couple was blessed with two children: Junior Savva and Tiaamii Crystal Esther. Andre was also a step-father to an autistic and blind child from Price’s prior relationship. The couple divorced after three years of marriage.
Now, Andre has got another daughter, Amelia, from his current wife Emily. The couple first got engaged and then on July 11, 2015, they got married. Apart from this, Peter has got a mom, dad, one sister and four brothers as well.
Peter Andre’s net worth is the reward of his hard work. Andre’s music career didn’t go very well which is why he moved to New York and started his own business. He was inspired by the songs of Bobby Brown and Stevie Wonder.