He is expecting his second child with Emily McDonagh soon, so it only seems appropriate that Peter Andre was given a little insight into the pain that she has and will be going through again soon enough. 

 

So in a bid to help men understand what it feels like to give birth, the producers of Loose Women decided to hook the singer up to a two-and-a-half stone pregnancy suit in Amsterdam.

 

 

Not surprising, the 43-year-old was a little nervous heading into it but being the good sport that he is he said he’d give it his “best shot” – and he did, curse words and all!

 

“I’m not going to lie, I'm really freaking out about the pain, I should have thought this through, but I'm going to try my hardest," he said. 

 

And just like a real birth, the dad was offered gas and air to help with the pain – and he turned the dial up to stage three as the contractions intensified.

 

 

Effing and blinding his way throughout the whole ordeal, the soon-to-be dad-of-four, who has two kids with Katie Price, definitely had a better understanding of what Emily is about to go through.

 

 

 

And, yes, Twitter had a field day watching him go through the pain that millions of women go through every single day! 

 

 

 

 

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