Peter Andre was positively beaming on Thursday night as he stepped out after unearthed comments of him comparing his manhood to a ‘remote control’ were revealed.
The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 49, looked in good spirits while leaving London’s Dominion Theatre following his performance in Grease: The Musical amid the furore surrounding the size of his manhood after Rebekah Vardy compared it to a ‘chipolata’ during her Wagatha Christie trial.
Peter cut a casual figure in a white Hoodrich hoodie and white sports cap, with the star careful to don loose-fitting joggers so as to not draw more attention to his downstairs area.
Going home to watch the telly? Peter Andre was positively beaming on Thursday night as he stepped out after unearthed comments of him comparing his manhood to a ‘remote control’ were revealed
The hunk teamed his low-key ensemble with a pair of dazzling white trainers, while he stored his essentials in a black rucksack slung over his shoulder.
Peter carried his phone in his hand – no doubt checking on what more Rebekah had to say about him – as he headed to his car and drove home.
Meanwhile, in unearthed quotes, Peter insisted his manhood is a full eight inches in size – in fact, the same as his Sky+ remote.
Keep smiling: The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 49, looked in good spirits while leaving London’s Dominion Theatre following his performance in Grease: The Musical amid the furore surrounding the size of his manhood
Interesting: The star made a cheeky revelation about his manhood size (stock image of Sky remote)
Talking to OK! magazine back in 2007, while still married to Katie Price – who famously once referred to it as an ‘acorn,’ he said: I’m proud of it! It’s the size of the Sky remote control – I’ve measured it.’
Katie added: ‘It’s the size of the Sky+ one – the one with the grey bits on – that’s bigger than the normal remote.’
Peter also took to Instagram on Tuesday night to once again defend the size of his manhood – not that anyone asked him to.
He wrote: ‘Do you know how hard it is to keep biting my lip on situations?
‘But the way I look at it, most people saw in the jungle how an acorn turned into an oak so I think I’m ok.’
And referring to Vardy’s claim that she was forced to make the slur, he said: ‘At least she has now admitted it wasn’t true and was forced to say it.’
Peter had taken to social media to hit back at Vardy’s comments, after she told London’s High Court that she regretted comparing his private member to a ‘chipolata’ in a kiss-and-tell newspaper interview.
Vardy said she had been ‘forced’ to take part in the 2004 News Of The World article by her ex-husband.
Vardy was being cross examined by Mrs Rooney’s lawyer David Sherborne, when he asked her if she respected people’s privacy, to which she replied: ‘Yes, I do.’
Defending herself: Rebekah Vardy told London’s High Court that she regretted comparing his private member to a ‘chipolata’ in a kiss-and-tell newspaper interview – pictured on Tuesday
Outfit: Peter cut a casual figure in a white Hoodrich hoodie and white sports cap, with the star careful to don loose-fitting joggers so as to not draw more attention to his downstairs area
Style: The hunk teamed his low-key ensemble with a pair of dazzling white trainers, while he stored his essentials in a black rucksack slung over his shoulder
What drama? Peter brushed aside the furore surrounding Rebekah’s comments about his member amid her ongoing trial against Coleen
He then asked her questions about an interview she gave to the News Of The World about her claimed sexual encounter with singer Peter Andre.
Sherborne showed what appeared to an A3 print out of the article to Rebekah in the witness box before reading the headline: ‘Peter’s hung like a small chipolata, shaved, slobbery, lasts five minutes’.
The barrister read excerpts from the article, in which it was claimed Andre had managed ‘just five minutes of sex with Rebekah’ and in which she said he had ‘the smallest trouser equipment I’ve ever seen’ that was like a ‘miniature chipolata’.
Sherborne suggested to Rebekah that the News Of The World was the ‘highest circulating newspaper at the time’, read by some four million people, and asked her whether it was ‘respectful’ of Peter’s ‘right not to share this information’.
Time to go: Peter carried his phone in his hand – no doubt checking on what more Rebekah had to say about him – as he headed to his car and drove home
Low-key: The star kept things casual as he headed home from the theatre after hitting back at Vardy’s comments
‘My manhood is the size of a remote control’: Peter insisted his ‘acorn’ is actually eight inches in size in unearthed quotes after Rebekah Vardy branded it a ‘chipolata’ – pictured on I’m A Celeb with ex wife Katie Price – who branded it an ‘acorn’ (pictured in 2004)
She replied: ‘I was forced into a situation by my ex-husband to do this. It is something that I deeply regret… It is not nice to read and I understand why this is being used and to me this is mudslinging and I was also threatened with mudslinging by Rooney’s team.’
Asked the question again by Coleen Rooney’s barrister David Sherborne, Vardy said: ‘The circumstances around it were completely different.’
She later said she did not ask Andre for his permission or tell him it was going to happen in advance.
Peter wrote on Instagram: ‘Do you know how hard it is to keep biting my lip on situations? ‘But the way I look at it, most people saw in the jungle how an acorn turned into an oak so I think I’m ok’
Sherborne asked: ‘Did you feel particularly strongly about the size of his manhood that it should be made public?’
Vardy replied: ‘It was something that I was forced to say.’
At the start of proceedings, Rebekah, the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy walked across the courtroom and passed within inches of Coleen, 36, and her Derby County manager Wayne, who both glanced in her direction for the first time all day.
Rebekah then took to the stand and swore on the Bible before being quizzed by Coleen’s barrister Mr Sherborne.
The WAGs have been at war since October 2019 after Coleen accused Rebekah of leaking ‘false stories’ about her private life, before claiming she had uncovered the culprit after carrying out a social media ‘sting operation’.
At odds: The highly-anticipated libel trial between Coleen Rooney (pictured leaving court with her husband Wayne) and Vardy began in London’s High Court on Tuesday
Coleen publicly claimed three fake stories she had posted on her personal Instagram which ended up in The Sun had come from Rebekah’s own account, a claim Rebekah vehemently denied – leading her to launch the costly libel action which finally reached trial today.
On Tuesday, Rebekah repeatedly denied leaking information to newspapers in the first few minutes of her cross-examination by Mrs Rooney’s barrister.
Rebekah told how she was on holiday in Dubai on October 9, 2019 when she saw Coleen’s post accusing her of leaking stories from a private Instagram.
In a written statement, she said: ‘I felt extremely paranoid and like everyone in the beach club was looking at me. I thought I was going to pass out and Jamie decided we needed to leave straight away.
‘I do not fully remember the journey back to the hotel because I was almost hyperventilating. I knew that I had not done anything wrong.
‘I had not leaked those stories and I did not even know what posts I was supposed to have leaked.’
Rebekah, who was seven months pregnant at the time, continued: ‘I started getting really bad pains in my stomach when we got back to the hotel.
‘They were contraction type pains and I panicked that the baby was in danger. I made myself calm down and tried to think clearly. The first thing I did was ring my eldest daughter’s school.’
‘She was 13 years old then and children that age can be really cruel to each other. I needed to make the school aware of the situation so that they could try to protect her from bullying by the other children.’
‘All I cared about at that point was protecting my children. I knew that there must have been a mistake.’
She added: ‘I could not believe that Coleen had not called me before posting this accusation to the world.’