PETER Andre heaped praise on NHS doctor wife Emily as she releases a Red Cross First Aid training video.
The junior doctor, 30, teamed up with the Red Cross for an instructional video on how to treat kids after a few common injuries.
Peter, 47, shared the video on his Instagram in support of his doctor wife.
He captioned the image: "An important message from Emily ❤️ #Repost @britishredcross with @get_repost ・・・It's #ChildSafetyWeek, so why not learn some first aid skills?
"Use them to find out what's wrong, relieve symptoms, and know whether to get further help. Here, Dr. Emily MacDonagh explains what to do if a child has a bump to the head."
In the beginning of the video, Emily introduces what to look out for by saying: "Hi, I'm Emily. I'm a doctor and a mum, so I know how vital basic first aid skills are.
"If your little one is hurt or unwell, it can be difficult to know whether or not to go to A&E. Using first aid can help you find out what's wrong, relieve symptoms and decide whether or not you need further help."
Peter recently said he'd like to have another baby with Emily before he turns 50.
The dad of four and NHS doctor Emily have two kids together — Theo, three, and Amelia, six, while Peter is also father to Junior, 14, and Princess, 12, with his ex-wife, Katie Price.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Peter said: “A baby would be amazing. We keep saying yes, we keep saying no. I think maybe!”
But he admits he likes the idea of “practising” for a baby without thinking of the consequences of actually having one, whereas Emily is more practical.
Peter said: “It’s tough, because if someone says to the guy, ‘Do you want another child?’ you’re just thinking, ‘Oh yeah, let’s try, why not?’
“We have discussions all the time. “I said to Emily, ‘If you want another one then we have to start trying now.
“I’m 47 and I don’t want to be changing nappies at 50 because I’ve done it so many times over the last 15 years.’
“This is my last year that I would be willing to try, because then I’m over the nanny stage for good.
“Unless you’re someone like Simon Cowell, having his first baby in his 50s.”