The problem is that when a fear manifests itself inside us we believe that it's only going to get worse as we get older but I’m living proof that that isn't true.Peter Andre is supporting Stand Up to Cancer I was put in a situation filming a TV show where I pretty much had no choice but to face my fear of heights as they wanted me to film from up high.Peter, who also has two children Princess, nicknamed Bista, and Junior from his previous marriage, also spoke about raising his kids – and the importance of teaching them manners.Show host Phillip Schofield commented: "The production team said [Princess] was one of the politest little girls they had ever met, and you said [to her] that you can say anything you like, it doesn't matter, you can embarrass me, it's not a problem… " Princess – nicknamed Bista – is 'one of the politest little girls,' said show host Phillip Schofield "She turned round and said 'but I don't want to embarrass you, you're my dad,'" said Peter.
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"She's a very, very sensitive girl, and I am strict on their manners – very, very strict – but I think it pays off." "And you also said that your children have now discovered that you’re not as funny as you think you are…," quipped host Amanda Holden.
"I think they knew from a very early age that I wasn't funny," laughed Peter.
2, 2017) – Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews, New York Rangers left wing Chris Kreider and Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Jan. FIRST STAR – AUSTON MATTHEWS, C, TORONTO MAPLE LEAFSMatthews led the NHL with 4-2—6 in three outings, all multi-point performances, to help the Maple Leafs (17-12-7, 41 points) complete a perfect week, capped by a victory in the 2017 Scotiabank NHL Centennial Classic.
He registered 1-1—2 in both a 3-2 shootout win over the Florida Panthers Dec.