PETER Andre spent time with terminally ill children during Children’s Hospice Week.
He visited youngsters at the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice near Arundel, a charity caring for 300 children and young adults. He became a patron of the charity Together For Short Lives, an organisation caring for seriously ill children, earlier this year.
Describing himself as a “proud patron” of both charities, Peter threw himself into a morning of fun with the children, including a game of giant outdoor Connect 4 with four year-old Loui Heath Herriott. He said: “The day was so special. I love visiting and spending time with the children and it was the perfect way for me to spend the first day of Children’s Hospice Week. I am honoured to be a patron of both Chestnut Tree House and Together For Short Lives – the work they do is incredible.”