A Burnley-born actress and model who first met Peter Andre when she was six has spoken of the moment they reunited on a filming project.

Lamissah La-Shontae Imaan Bhatti, 14, has featured in more than 50 films and has also walked at Paris Fashion Week, London Fashion Week and Liverpool Fashion Week, among others in her fledgling career.

She has just finished filming ‘The Secret Project’ working alongside singer and reality TV star Peter Andre, soap star Jamie Lomas and award-winning director and producer Fredi Nwaka.

Filming for ‘The Secret Project’ took place in both London and Jamaica.

Lamissah La-Shontae first met Peter Andre when was just six-years-old whilst taking part in charity work.

She said: "Peter Andre is the most genuine, loving, caring, selfless, attentive beautiful soul ever, and insanely talented beyond words.

“It was incredible working alongside Peter, especially after meeting all those years ago.

“I have to say working alongside him and Jamie Lomas has to be one of my highlights of my career for sure. I learnt so much from them both are incredible inspiring industry professionals.”

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Lamissah with Jamie Lomas and director and producer Fredi Nwaka

Lamissah said she was has learned a lot whilst working with Fredi Nwaka.

She had worked alongside Fredi previously when he cast her as Nettie in 'The Living Dead' also known as ‘Are we Dead Yet’ which included a cast of celebrities and comedians.

She told us: "Fredi is just so easy to work with, he's a perfectionist which I especially love about him is that he always allows me to have a huge input on bringing my characters to life.

”He has incredible visions and storylines and I loved chatting to him about them and swapping ideas.

“It is great having the privilege of knowing Fredi. I look up to him and have so much respect for him. Our families also have an amazing friendship away from filming too.”

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Lamissah La-Shontae is pictured here with musician Fleur East and broadcaster Vanessa Feltz

Lamissah La-Shontae has been attending a number of high-profile events in recent months including the World Premiere of ‘On The Other Foot’ which was followed by an after party at O2 Cineworld.

In October last year she was presented the Medal of Honour at the British Citizen Youth Awards at the Palace of Westminster alongside 23 other young people.

The awards are now in their fifth year and recognise ‘exceptional under-18s who have positively impacted their communities’.

More recently, she featured alongside a host of celebrities at artist Ray Burmiston's Piccadilly Lights Art of London Take A Moment 2022 'Mental Health Virtual Exhibition' Live in London.