PETER Andre embarrassed his son Junior insisting on driving his £80k Bentley to the local Co-op this week.
In a hilarious clip from tonight's episode of the family's new reality show Life with the Andres, the teen was mortified as his dad popped the roof down and refused to go shopping with him.
"Junior has a go at me for driving to Co-op in the Bentley with the roof down," Peter says about tonight's show.
Viewers will see the 14-year-old telling his dad: "Who the hell drives a Bentley to the Co-op?"
But Peter explains: "My whole point is that I haven't driven it for so long I just want to drive the car."
But it soon comes out that Junior is also left red-faced by the way his dad talks to people when they're out in public.
"So he's really embarrassed and the whole scenario around just going to the Co-op is the fact that I just love talking to everybody and that's why Junior doesn't want to come with me," Peter says.
Tonight the third episode of Life with the Andres will premiere on The Sun's YouTube channel.
On Sunday night's episode Peter and his wife Emily clashed over whether to send their kids back to school.
The married couple share Theo, three, and Amelia, six, and discussed the Government's controversial plans in the latest episode exclusively on The Sun’s YouTube channel.
As lockdown restrictions have begun to ease, the first big changes are the reopening of schools, as well as gatherings of six people now being allowed.
Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 are expected to return to school on Monday June 1, while secondary schools will welcome back some year 10 and year 12 students from June 15.
In the second episode of Life With The Andres, Emily, 30, and Peter, 47, discuss the dilemma in their garden, with Peter firmly on the side of keeping their young kids at home.
The dad-of-four disagreed with trainee doctor Emily, 30, over the kids returning to school.
He tells viewers: "We very rarely have opposite views - but I don’t think they should go back tomorrow and Emily thinks they should.
“The only reason I’m going with what Emily says is because she’s a doctor.
“If it was up to me I’d say no."
Later, he says to his wife in their garden: "Me and you have different views on this ... Even if there's one tiny bit of risk, why would I wanna put my kids in that position?
"I feel like we're putting them in a situation where they are the guinea pigs."
"I have got this fear of the unknown, and just think they've all been happy here, safe here."
Peter has been taking care of the kids while Emily goes to work for the NHS.
He adds: "The only reason I would do that is because you are a doctor and if you think it is safe then I believe you."
And Emily reasons: "There's a risk when you step outside your front door of anything ...
"I understand for you it feels like this big fear that is outside of our control. The point is there is no right or wrong answer, it's on balance what you think is the right thing to do."
Viewers were also left divided, but thanked the parents for being honest about their different views.
One fan said: "Love this thank you for sharing your discussions and life"
Another viewer wrote: "I'm on Peters side my kids ain't going bk no way."
Boris Johnson reiterated the Government's ambitions to reopen schools at Thursday’s Downing Street's press briefing.
And speaking on whether a return to schools is safe, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said today: “80% of schools have been opened throughout he whole of the pandemic.
“Thousands of teachers have been going into their workplaces to look after those children throughout.
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“We do believe it is possible to open schools safely and we have the track record for that.
“It is obviously extremely important we do this in a safe way – that's why we are doing it in modest steps.”
He added the Government would engage closely with schools and unions to ensure teachers felt comfortable at work.