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Junior Andre has resurfaced on his social media amid his ongoing coronavirus battle.
Katie Price and Peter Andre's 15 year old tested positive in late April and has since kept a low profile on his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
However, Junior took to his Instagram feed today 15 May to share a hilarious video of himself pouting with pink lips with a heavy filter over his face.
In the caption, he simply wrote: "I was feeling myself," followed by a crying emoji. He did not clarify whether the footage was taken before or after he caught the deadly Covid-19 bug.
Junior's 42 year old mum Katie was first to comment on the clip as she wrote: "My gorgeous son," followed by a red heart emoji.
Many of the teen's 431,000 followers were also quick to message him as one person said: "Eassssy @officialjunior_andre Hope your all good now," with a red heart emoji.
"we was all feeling u too don’t worry," another joked as a third added: "My guyyyyyy @officialjunior_andre".
Junior alerted his fans that he caught the coronavirus as he wrote on Instagram: "I have tested positive for COVID" over a black background.
It comes after Emily Andrea revealed in her OK! column that self-isolating for the third time as a family "being stuck inside is wearing a little thin."
As she and husband Peter have been caring for Junior, Emily opened up about “feeling bad” for her patients and colleagues. Emily has had to work from home to help take care of Junior who “hasn’t been feeling great” since testing positive for Covid-19. His sister, Princess, also admitted she'd been struggling with isolation recently.
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Luckily, Pete and Emily’s neighbours have been helping out by bringing the family food. That being said, Emily “can’t wait to get back to normal.”
She wrote: "Poor Junior hasn’t been feeling great so I do feel for him, but he has been brave. We’ve been keeping a close eye on him as he’s definitely not been himself and he hasn’t really been eating.
"But I reminded him that now he’s had the virus it means he’s got some antibodies for a while at least. We’ve been giving him simple painkillers, making sure he drinks plenty and has honey and lemon for his sore throat."
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