Peter Andre won’t allow daughter Princess to date until she’s 32 after she begs him to let her go on a date

PETER Andre wants to set a good example for his daughter Princess, by stopping her from dating until she's in her 30s.

The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 47, made the shocking revelation after Princess, 13, begged him to chaperone her on a date.

Appearing on a special segment on Wednesday's Loose Women called Loose Loved Ones special, Pete says he wanted to protect his daughter.

Peter opens up about his first date with wife Emily  who appeared alongside him.

Then when speaking about his own children dating, Peter jokes it would be fine “at 32”.

He says: “I made so many mistakes as a teenager…I’ve got no right to say what not to do… But I guess I don’t want them to make the same mistakes.”

The seemingly strict rules comes just months after the teenager asked him to go with her on a date.

She dropped a "bombshell" in June when she asked her dad to accompany her to meet a boy called Dylan.

He told his fans the soon-to-be teenager was "stressing" him out with her request to go on a date with the lad.

Turning the camera on Princess during his YouTube show, Life With The Andres, Peter squealed: "What? Can I ask you a question?"

And Princess protested: "I want to meet up with Dylan. You can come! And his parents can come too so you can speak to his parents."

But Peter refused to negotiate, saying: "Woah. Let's reverse a bit. You want to meet up with Dylan. You just want to throw that on me like that?"

Princess is Pete's daughter with Katie Price and they also share son, Junior, 15.

Katie and Pete met on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2004 and married in a lavish ceremony in September 2005 in Highclere Castle.

After almost four years of marriage, Katie and Peter announced they were separating.

Peter has confessed to fans that he'll soon face his hardest challenge in being a parent on last night's show.

He is already thinking ahead to the tough talks he'll have to have with Princess when she finally wants a boyfriend.

He said: "I’ve never had a teenage daughter before. I’m scared.

"At the moment I see the innocence in everything when she talks about boys and all sorts of things, but of course I know the times are coming where I will have to sort of not have a heart attack at the thought of her wanting a proper boyfriend or all the things that are going to happen in her teens."

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