Peter Andre has denied that he is going grey after recently being labelled a silver fox.

The Mysterious Girl singer, 47, has written in New magazine about the compliments he has received following a recent video on his YouTube channel.

However, he does not feel one comment, although flattering, is particularly accurate.

Peter commented: "It's very nice of people to say, because some of the best people in the world are silver foxes, like George Clooney.

"But I have to say that although under certain lights my hair does look grey, I'm pretty proud that I don't have that many grey hairs, considering I'm turning 48 next month!"

Peter also noted that his 87-year-old father still has black hair to this day, so he hopes his "good genes" help his hair keep its colour.

Peter Andre with daughter Princess and son Junior
Peter Andre has denied he is going grey despite compliments about him being a 'silver fox'

Well, there can be no doubt, Peter's hair has still got its colour!

"So Emily's gonna get the vaccine," he said in the clip, "but it looks like your pretty busy?"

She replied: "It's been full on. It started at 7am this morning and it's not finishing until about 7:30 this evening."

Peter is hoping he takes after his father in terms of genes relating to his hair
Peter is hoping he takes after his father in terms of genes relating to his hair

The vaccination for Emily came after Peter himself became the target of Covid conspiracy theorists who accused him of faking his recent fight with the coronavirus when he spoke publicly about the illness.

Alongside Emily, Peter told Good Morning Britain: "I get people - I kid you not - I has somebody yesterday send me a message saying, 'I can't believe you're being a puppet for the media, trying to tell people that this virus is real.'

"I had somebody say 'you disgust me', 'we never saw your thing from the NHS saying you were positive', because what am I gonna do, just put it up on the screen?"

Peter and Emily discussed Covid conspiracy theorists on Good Morning Britain
Peter and Emily discussed Covid conspiracy theorists on Good Morning Britain

Thankfully, Peter is recovering now but he is keen to point out the impact that the illness can have on mental health.

He added: "It's the psychological thing of is it gonna get worse at some point… this is what the problem is."

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