Peter Andre reveals that son Theo has taken his first steps in adorable video

Peter Andre has taken to Instagram to share a very intimate moment of his son Theo taking his very first steps.

The black-and-white video shows one-year-old Theo taking a few steps towards his older half-sister, Princess.

As she encourages him, Theo lets out a cry of excitement and is greeted by claps and ‘good boy’ cheers from Princess and the rest of the family when he walks over to her.

Captioning the sweet video, the doting dad wrote: ‘Special moment yesterday. Theo’s first steps.’

Special moment yesterday. Theo’s first steps

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The video post received over 227k views, nearly 30k likes along with nearly 300 comments from fans all so excited to share this special baby milestone with Peter.

‘First steps are magic. There will be no stopping him now. Good boy Theo x’, commented one.

‘Thank you for sharing such a precious moment. Princess was being so encouraging to Theo. Truly beautiful’, said another.

It seems like Theo has been keen to master walking for some time, as back in November the doting dad shared another adorable video on Instagram of Theo standing up on his own, dancing. He captioning it: ‘He’s dancing before he can walk’.

He’s dancing before he can walk @teddysphotos

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The Mysterious Girl singer and his wife, 27-year-old Emma McDonough, welcomed their little boy Theo back in December 2016.

The pair are also parents to Theo’s older sister, three-year-old Amelia, while Peter shares his children Princess and Junior with his ex-wife Katie Price.

Peter has often talked about wanting to have more children, despite already having four.

According to OK! magazine, only two weeks after Theo’s birth, he was already looking ahead at the future and thinking when him and Emily could have another.

Looking back at my children’s births, we’ve had such amazing experiences with midwives both during and after our pregnancies. As a Dad, you can feel pretty powerless, but their knowledge, support and (most importantly) calming influence was invaluable!! So when I found out that 1 in 3 midwives feel undervalued I was both saddened and surprised – to think that these amazing people, who do such an wonderful and outstanding job, feel unappreciated is unbelievable! Let’s be there for them like they were for us! I’m joining @pampersworld this Christmas and asking parents to help thank every midwife in the country for the fantastic work they do for our babies. We really couldn’t thank them enough! For every story shared on Facebook (PampersUKIre), Twitter (Pampers_UK) or Instagram (@pampersworld) with #ThankYouMidwife, #Pampers will donate £1 to the Benevolent Fund of the @midwives_rcm which will go on to support midwives in need through this festive season and beyond #ad

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He revealed details of Theo’s birth in his New! magazine column, indicating that the couple are still potentially open to having a bigger brood.

He said: ‘Without going into too much detail, there were a few complications [during Theo’s birth], but thankfully everything is ok now.

‘What I will say is, it certainly hasn’t put Emily off having more kids.’