Emily Andre’s confession about Peter’s ‘willy’ resurfaces amid chipolata jibes

A photo of an X-rated Valentine's card sent to Peter Andre from his wife Emily has resurfaced, following recent media attention on the alleged size of his manhood.

Peter originally posted the image on social media in 2018, which featured a bunch of red roses and a card that referenced his "massive willy".

The card read: "Peter, your massive heart is one reason why I love you. Your massive willy is another."

He captioned the post: "Lovely flowers my wife got me …..no idea who the card’s from".

The image has been recirculated across social media, after comments Rebekah Vardy made in 2004 were brought back to light in line with the ongoing Wagatha Christie libel trial she is involved in.

Barrister David Sherborne made reference to Rebekah's News of the World comments, where she described Peter’s manhood as being the size of a "chipolata".

He asked her: "Did you think it was respectful of Mr Andre's desire not for this to be made public for you to say all this to the News Of The World and four million readers?”

She replied that she had been made to do the story by her ex-husband.

While Peter has taken the comments in good grace over the years, he posted a video on Instagram today to highlight the double standards of the situation.

He also apologised to his family "that have had to see and hear some not very nice things".

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During the video, he said: "15 years this has been going on. I kept quiet and I didn't say anything, I let everyone have their laugh and let everyone say what they wanted to say.

"Yes, she's gone to court and admitted that the story was made up and she did that because her ex-husband forced her to do it.

"But, put that all aside right and just think how it feels, like if a man or if I had said this about her anatomy or about a woman's anatomy and made up something… You can use your imagination saying something very unflattering… There would be outrage."

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