PETER Andre's wife Emily was forced to reject a cuddle from her three-year-old son Theo in a heartbreaking clip from tonight's Life With The Andres.
The 31-year-old star works as a doctor on the NHS frontline, and could not touch the toddler until she changed out of her hospital uniform due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Her little boy can be seen asking for a hug as he excitedly reached his arms out to his mum as she got home from a busy day at work.
Emily's face drops as she explains: "Let me go and get changed and I'll come and give you a big cuddle!"
Theo argues, saying that he wants her affection "now", with Peter stepping in to say: "Theo, mummy's got to go and get changed.
"Then we're going to give her a nice big meal!"
Grateful Emily replies: "I'm starving, give me two minutes and I'll go and get changed."
The NHS hero previously admitted that she is terrified of passing highly-contagious coronavirus onto her loved ones while she continues working.
She explained at the time: "Of course I'm worried that I could potentially bring it home to the kids, but I'm trying to be sensible and washing my hands and changing out of my clothes straight away before having a shower."
Earlier in the year, Peter revealed that they were staying in separate rooms and that he was doing the bulk of childcare for Theo as well his and Emily's six-year-old daughter Amelia.
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The star is also dad to 15-year-old Junior and 13-year-old Princess, who he shares with ex-wife Katie Price.
Life With The Andres is exclusive to The Sun's YouTube channel, with the online show launching earlier this year - and proving so successful it doubled in length while on air.
Series two premiered earlier this month, taking viewers inside the hustle and bustle of the Andre household, warts and all.