Peter Andre and Katie Price's son has tested positive for COVID-19.

Peter Andre

Peter Andre

Junior Andre, 15, told his followers on Instagram that he has been told he has coronavirus, although he didn't share if he is suffering any symptoms or if the infection was picked up during the routine testing that secondary school pupils in the UK undergo twice a week.

The teenager simply shared a message on his Instagram Story which read: "I have tested positive for COVID."

The message, which was posted on a plain black background, also included annoyed and upset emojis.

In March 2020, the teenager revealed he had been showing symptoms of the virus, although didn't know for definite he had it at the time because testing in the UK was limited.

He said at the time: "These aren't easy times as we know. I am videoing this to tell you I am showing symptoms of the coronavirus. It is not me saying I have it , I am showing symptoms.

"Everyone please stay safe these aren't easy times like I said."

And in November, Junior - who divides his time between his parents' houses - was forced to isolate again due to an outbreak of the virus at his school.

The following month Peter - who also has daughter Princess, 13, with Katie and Amelia, seven, and Theo, four, with wife Emily - tested positive for the virus, much to his surprise, even though he'd been feeling ill.

He said at the time: "As you may have heard, I’ve tested positive for coronavirus.

"I was surprised to say the least when I got my test results back.

"At the time of writing this, I’ve got aches and I’ve just not been feeling quite right. It’s a scary time for a lot of people out there."

Several weeks later, the 48-year-old singer was still feeling the effects.

He said in January: "I have still got no sense of smell and I went for a small bike ride yesterday and I was completely pumped out, which never happens to me.

"It's a psychological thing: 'Is it going to get worse at some point?' This is what the problem is...

"I exercise, I feel quite good - and I had a doctor in the house and still there were nights where I'd wake up and I'm thinking … I'm finding it hard to breathe."