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Emily Andre has spoken in defence of Emma Willis' son for 'breaking gender stereotypes'.
Earlier this month, the presenter, 44, was praised by fans for uploading a picture of Ace, eight, wearing a pink T-shirt and showcasing his long hair.
Doctor Emily, 31, has commended the former Big Brother star and her child for 'normalising differences' and stressed the importance of 'letting kids do whatever they enjoy'.
The wife of singer Peter Andre said in her: 'I really loved the picture and I think it's great that she's normalising differences and the way that kids feel about their genders.
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'Try to let your kids do what makes them happy, and if that is wearing pink and having longer hair then let them do it.'
The healthcare professional went on to recall a time when she told her daughter Millie, six, about how 'lucky we are to live in a much more accepting society compared to the past' as they watched The Greatest Showman.
Emily, who also shares Theo, three, with musician Peter, 47, shared: 'Everyone is different and special in their own way, and they should be accepted. I think it's important to just let them do whatever it is they enjoy.'
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Writing in her column, Emily, 31, said that although restrictions haven't changed for her in the south east of England yet, she thinks any UK-wide lockdown has to be a 'last resort'.The NHS doctor, 31, who is married to Peter Andre, has been working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
The media personality added that her little girl tends to play with his cars, while her son also has fun with Millie's dolls.
Her comments came after Emma, 44, discussed the furore surrounding her son Ace after she shared an image of him wearing a pink top and sporting long blond hair.
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, the TV star, who also shares Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with her husband Matt, 37, said: 'He's just my son in a pink top.
'For me that's normality. He loves colour, he's always had long hair, he's a free and able-minded boy.
'He’s like, "why do I have to dress in green and blue and grey, when I love red and pink and purple?" He’s always been that way.
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'We’re trying to raise him as an open-minded, inclusive individual. There were some negative bits, but that’s where the block button is great!'
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