Emily Andre topples over as she races down a hill on a hover board while testing out her children’s Christmas present
Emily Andre proved to be a good sport as she toppled over while racing down a hill on a hover board on Sunday.
Emily wore a burgundy tracksuit set with black trainers as she sat on the sit-down scooter, holding the handlebars.
Uh oh! Emily Andre proved to be a good sport as she toppled over while racing down a hill on a hover board in a hilarious Instagram clip on Sunday
She kept warm from the cold in a black coat with a fur-lined hood and a matching beanie hat and gloves.
Emily screamed playfully as she rolled down the hill outside their home in Sussex.
The toy veered slightly towards the pavement as the Mysterious Girl singer can be heard in the background laughing.
Emily topples off the bike, landing on her hands and knees as she looks back at Peter who cannot stop laughing.
Testing: The NHS doctor, 31, was testing out her children’s Christmas present as husband Peter, 47, took to Instagram to share the clip
Peter asks if she is okay as Emily smiles, getting up from the floor.
On Wednesday Peter revealed one of his highlights of 2020 was starring in a film with his son Junior, 15.
The singer said he had shot scenes as an ‘angry character’, while Junior plays a ‘cool, funny teenager’ in On The Other Foot, which is scheduled to be released next year.
Peter said he specifically asked for Junior to play an unrelated part to him so he can allow his eldest son to ‘stand out on his own’.
Playful: Emily screamed playfully as she rolled down the hill outside their home in Sussex, before the scooter veered towards the pavement and she toppled off
His love: Peter spent Christmas with his wife Emily and his kids Junior, 15, Princess, 13, Amelia, six, and Theo, four
He wrote in his New! Magazine column: ‘One of my proud moments this year is Junior and I starring in a film together. Although we’re father and son, we’re not related in On The Other Foot, and we play totally different characters.
‘The initial thought by the director Fred Inwaka was that Junior would play my younger brother but I asked if it would be possible for us not to be related because I want him to stand out on his own.
‘He’s amazing and I can’t wait for people to see it, I play a not-so-nice angry character, whereas Junior plays a cool, funny teenager.’
Exciting: With a tumultuous year drawing to a close, Peter revealed one of his highlights of 2020 was starring in a film with his son Junior, which is set to be released next year