Peter Andre takes daughter Princess away on a family trip with wife Emily and the kids after she was caught up in terrifying carjacking in South Africa

Last month, The Sun exclusively revealed how Princess and her older brother Junior, 12, were with their mother Katie Price when their vehicle was ambushed.

They were with a film crew when three thugs forced their way into their 4×4 and stole gems, cash, ­laptops and camera gear worth tens of thousands of pounds.

Katie, 39, revealed they were "lucky to be alive" following the ordeal and worried dad Pete, 45, obviously wanted to keep his little girl close once she was back in the UK.

The singer, along with wife Emily and their two children Amelia and Theo, were pictured stopping at a service station over the weekend as they made their way to the West Country.

Princess was seen smiling at her dad as they headed inside to get some treats, while Emily, 28, carried 16-month-old Theo on her hip.

As they headed back to their car, Pete picked up daughter Amelia, four, who wore a grey tracksuit just like her big sister.

All the family were dressed down for the journey, with Pete wearing a black and white Adidas tracksuit, covering his head with the hood of his top at one point while also wearing a baseball cap.

Meanwhile Emily wore blue leggings and a matching Adidas hooded top.

The family looked relaxed despite Princess' terrifying ordeal, which saw Katie tell a friend: "We are lucky to be alive, it could have been much worse.”

A source said: “The robbers seemed to be off their heads. They were screaming threats and ordering all the passengers not to move.

“Everyone in the car was terrified, because they had no idea if they were just being robbed for money, if the gang might try to kidnap them — or worse.

“One brave member of the team tried to stop them, but was hit in the face.

“After the thieves fled Katie was left shaken and traumatised.”

They pounced as Katie — shooting the second series of fly-on-the-wall show My Crazy Life — was being driven from Johannesburg to Swaziland.

The 4×4 pulled up on a darkened road in the town of Chrissiesmeer in Mpumalanga province at around 8pm so the kids could go to the toilet.

The attackers were lurking nearby and are believed to have fled afterwards in a VW Polo.

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