PETER Andre fears for Junior after his GCSE’s were cancelled and schools were shut.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a third national lockdown last night and mentioned all exams would be cancelled.
Peter Andre fears for son Andre after GCSE exams were cancelledCredit: Instagram
The father of four took to Instagram to express his concern for his son’s education and encouraged everyone to say safe as the virus continues to spread.
He posted the message along with a screenshot of a news report on the new guidelines.
Peter penned: “As a dad with kids of various ages attending school, and with Junior and children his age having their GSCEs put in Jeopardy, this is gonna be a very hard number of weeks.
“All the vulnerable, those with mental health, hospitality, teachers….. retail, the list goes on. It’s absolutely devastating. Thinking of us all. Pls be safe everyone.”
Peter voiced his concerns on InstagramCredit: INSTAGRAM
Peter Andre’s son Junior was due to take his GCSE’sCredit: Splash News
Peter heaped praise on his wife Emily, who is a GP and works on the NHS frontline.
“The NHS is amazing and I’m so proud of Emily and all the people who’ve worked on the frontline during the pandemic. However soppy it sounds, she’s kind of my hero.”
Boris Johnson has ordered everyone in England to stay at home until mid-February as he launched an emergency shutdown to try and save Britain’s NHS and stop the spread of the coronavirus.
The PM ordered the closure of all schools and non-essential shops for at least the next six weeks.
Peter is a father to 15-year-old JuniorCredit: Instagram
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has plunged the UK into lockdown for a third time
The PM urged Brits to follow the third nationwide lockdown immediately, and once again put Brits under effective house arrest – resurrecting the ‘Stay Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives slogan’.
And it was the new variant – which is between 50 and 70 per cent more transmissible – which has forced him to act.
Mr Johnson said people will only be allowed out of their homes to buy essential food and medicine supplies, attend medical appointments, exercise, work if it is critical and cannot be done from home and to provide care for a vulnerable person.