Peter Andre: Why Emily MacDonagh and I are quitting Britain
Peter Andre plans to move back to Australia with girlfriend Emily MacDonagh
The news will put out ex-wife Katie Price
Peter Andre also wants to take his children Junior and Princess travelling around the world
The singer, who grew up in Australia, admitted he'd like to return there one day.
And although his plans are in the future, he's already invited 23-year-old Emily along - and she's said yes.
Pete, 40, has confirmed his plans to Now.
'When the kids are old enough and when I'm older, I'll go because that's also my home,' he says.
But the news is bound to leave his ex-wife Katie Price, 34, feeling put out - especially as it was in Australia that she and Pete first got together, while appearing on I'm A Celebrity - Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004.
The move also leaves a question mark over what their children Junior, seven, and Princess, five, will do.
Pete first mooted the idea on his ITV2 show Peter Andre: My Life.
In it, he's shown chatting to medical student Emily about their future as they sit in the back of a car on their way to Malta.
He asks her: 'Would you really move to Australia for me in 10 years?'
When Emily smiles and says she would, he replies: 'That's what makes you special!
'Do you know what's special about it?
'It's that you think that far ahead.
'That's what I love about you.
'I think it's beautiful.'
Even though the move isn't exactly imminent, it's still likely to come as a blow to Jordan, who's pregnant with third hubby Kieran Hayler's baby.'It's bound to worry Jordan - there's no way she'd want to see her children moving to the other side of the world, even if they're over 18 by then and able to decide for themselves,' a source reveals.
Jordan's previously been rumoured to have considered a move to the US.
But other than temporary trips for her reality show and treatment for her and Dwight Yorke's 10-year-old son Harvey, that's never materialised.
Up until now, neither she nor Pete has ever seriously suggested leaving the UK.
If Pete and Emily did go, they'd probably also need to be married.
While Emily could easily get a temporary visa, being granted permanent residency would be much harder unless Pete was her husband.
Pete also expanded on his travel plans, telling Now he wants to travel the world with the children.
He exclusively told us: 'The first thing I'll do when my kids are of age is I'm going backpacking - and they can come and join me if they want.
'I want to do the world!'
Read more about Peter Andre's plans in Now magazine dated 29 April 2013 - out now!
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