Andy and Reeder had one child, a daughter named Peta who grew up in Australia. Andy never saw Peta (who goes by the name Peta Weber) after she turned 2.
"I didn't have the chance to get to know my father as well as I should have," Weber told News.com.Au in 2017. "As I grew I learned that he was famous, and that he had famous siblings, but for me he was just a guy on the end of the telephone line." He died when she was just 10 years old and Weber endured bullying at school after news of their relationship became known. Over the years she rarely spoke about her famous family.
But in 2016, her cousin Samantha (daughter of Maurice) called her to ask if she'd like to be part of a project where the children of the Gibb brothers would re-record classic Bee Gees songs. At first Weber wasn't sure about doing it, even though she does sing. But then she changed her mind.
"My father is an integral part of the Gibb musical legacy. I came to the conclusion that if anyone was going to represent him, it should naturally be me."
The project from The Gibb Collective called "Please Don't Turn Out the Lights" was released in 2017 and working on it proved very healing for Weber.
"I've found such a connection with my cousins. The long-overdue family reunion to come out of this project is something I never expected. I'm finally able to connect with that side of my life in a positive way, on my terms and in a way that makes me feel proud," she said to News.com.Au.