Peter Andre’s rarely seen son is heard for the very first time in an adorable snippet shared by his wife.
Shared to Emily’s Instagram stories, the sweet five year old can be heard saying: "They're just way too good” as he chops through a bowl of seemingly delicious strawberries.
In snaps posted by the doctor, 33, show the sweet tot, who appeared to have gone berry picking at their Surrey abode, holding a full red container. She captioned it: "Omg! Just found these in the garden. Didn't even realise we had any this year. I've been a very neglectful gardener."
It wasn't long before fans began to pour into the comment section, but not before husband, Peter gushed "Oh wow” over the yummy-looking fruits.
Emily responded: “I have seriously neglected the strawberry plants this year, not sure how this happened” with a crying with laughter emoji face.
Excited by their garden find, Emily decided to share her son’s hard work with a clip of Theo munching from his collection inside the couple’s stunning kitchen.
Emily then spoke of her love for the youngster by writing: “Just love him tooo much! Sneaking more strawberries."
One user penned: “Homegrown strawberries yummy” as another person wrote: “Love strawberries”.
This comes after the family took a trip to Somerset which saw Theo fishing. Emily shared the cute image with the caption: “Such a lovely time down in Somerset this week, always nice to be at home! Theo fishing for crayfish.”
She jokingly added: “We didn’t catch a single one.”
Theo’s face is not shown in the video or his fishing snap after the couple decided to keep their children off social media platforms. They conceal their faces and show them from behind if they do decide to share snaps with their followers.
Emily said she could not see "any benefit" for them being shown and told The Sun, "I am going to wait for them to decide, I have to say I never regret the decision, in fact the opposite.
"I think the older they get, I am really glad I have done it that way because I would have to really think through what would be the benefit for them and at the moment, I don’t see what the benefit would be.
"It wouldn’t necessarily do any harm, but I can’t see what the benefit would be and that is my compass."
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