Mysterious singer Peter, 47, thought it was only fitting to give her eldest children a little getaway as the trio set off for France.
Taking his stories on Instagram, the proud dad of four documented the fast trip with his 1.5 million followers.
Pete and his youngsters jumped aboard a ferry to Dover where they enjoyed the delights of the sparkling ocean view before finally reaching the sunny shores of Calais in northern France.
The excited clan filmed themselves on the journey as they eagerly sat in the car they easily drove on the huge boat.
In the cute clip, Pete can be heard repeating “we’re going to France” while his 16-year-old Junior doppelganger responded “damn good.”
Meanwhile, a horny princess put a huge smile on her face as she sat in the back of the car while taking in the view.
After taking in the views, they decided to grab some food in the chic clubhouse bar located on the lower deck of the ferry.
The trio enjoyed hot drinks and a delicious bite to eat, but made sure to comply with coronavirus guidelines by wearing face masks to protect them.
Picking up his stories, Peter described the dining experience as “beautiful” as he continued to rave about the last minute trip.
Upon arrival, Peter and his beloved children spent time on a sunny Calais beach where they took a number of selfies to remember their special day together.
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here star described the day trip as “awesome”, praising the ferry company for its excellent social distancing measures.
“It was really great and really safe. They are so hot on their social estrangement. Their hygiene was on another level and there were hand sanitizers everywhere. “
The star also shared a number of snaps that detailed the ferry’s impeccable hygienic position during the coronavirus, as endless hand sanitizers were available on board.
Peter has chosen to leave his wife Emily – who is a junior doctor – at home with their two children Amelia and Theodore.
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