Peter Andre 's wife Emily has given her verdict on Boris Johnson 's most recent lockdown advice as she weighs in on some "unrealistic expectations" the public has made following his speech.

As a junior medic, 30-year-old Emily has been helping patients at a hospital in Surrey while her husband of four years Peter, 47, takes care of their two children Amelia, six, and three-year-old Theo.

The frontline worker has expressed her frustration at some people's expectations surrounding the ease of the lockdown.

Giving her two cents on the situation, Emily wrote in OK! : "Some people were left confused by Boris Johnson’s speech about easing the lockdown and I can understand where they’re coming from, but I also feel some people’s expectations are unrealistic."

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Peter Andre's wife Emily has weighed in on the PM's advice

She penned: "The government has to give very generalised advice that applies to as many people as possible, but there will always be individuals who the advice can’t apply to.

"It is frustrating that guidance around meeting up with family members isn’t clearer, but hopefully this will be addressed soon.

Emily is an NHS frontline medic

She added: "My parents are hours away so seeing them still isn’t going to be possible, but me and the kids are looking forward to when that can happen."

The latest advice saw the PM unveil a "five alert" plan to ease the coronavirus lockdown - as the nation braces for tight restrictions for months to come.

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She said a lot of people's expectations are 'unrealistic'

Addressing the nation from Downing Street, the Prime Minister provided the "first sketch of a road map for reopening society".

But the vast majority of rules imposed on March 23 remain in place - as Mr Johnson warned "this is not the time simply to end the lockdown this week."

The Government is treading a difficult path between tackling the virus and saving the UK economy as concerns grow about a recession.

Peter Andre, his wife Emily and his four children all stood outside and clapped for the country's carers

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Mr Johnson explained: "We must stay alert. We must continue to control the virus and save lives.

"And yet we must also recognise that this campaign against the virus has come at colossal cost to our way of life."

The Prime Minister warned any changes would depend on the entire country following social distancing rules and would be monitored at local, regional and national level.

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