Abbey Clancy has candidly revealed she and her husband Peter Crouch “didn’t have sex” during her pregnancy with son Jack.
The 34 year old model admitted she and her former footballer husband Peter, 39, “hated each other” during her pregnancy with her youngest son Jack last year.
But mum of four Abbey, who recently stunned in modelling photos taken by her hubby, said their relationship has improved dramatically during lockdown.
Speaking candidly about her romance with former England striker Peter, Abbey told her fans on a live stream with Love Magazine: “In seven weeks we haven't had one argument. When I got pregnant with Jack we hated each other, we didn't even have sex.“
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Explaining why, she added: “He sold the idea of retirement to me as a completely different thing, where we would be going on lunches together and holidays – all lovely things.
“He’s been busier than ever since he retired!”
Abbey said she has enjoyed being in lockdown with Peter and their four children Sophia, nine, Liberty, four, two year old Johnny, whom she previously said was her favourite child, and Jack, eleven months.
The model revealed: “I’ve enjoyed having Pete home and spending this quality time with the kids. Even though I want to kill them at times – I’ve loved it.”
But, the couple admitted they have had troubles with homeschooling their two daughters.
Peter revealed: “I enjoyed homeschooling at first,” grimaces Peter. “I’m over it now.”
Abbey added: “And they say: ‘You’re not my teacher.’
“It’s so cheeky. Liberty is four, Sophia’s nine, and there’s two babies running feral around the house while we try to do the schoolwork.”
Before lockdown, the model admitted in an exclusive interview with OK! magazine that the “gets stuck with mum guilt” when trying to juggle raising her kids and her career.
Abbey admitted: “I’m still trying to figure the whole work and mum-of-four dynamic. I think for any mum who has to or chooses to go to work, you still get stuck with that mum guilt.
“But for me, I feel like it’s important to set a good example for them.
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“I want to work and still be me while being the best mum I can be.
“They are into different things and have different schedules now. Poor Sophia gets dragged along to more baby-ish places than she’d probably like to.”
She added: “But we do try to split them up when we can.
“It’s a juggle, but I feel like we do it quite well, and we’re often all together doing something fun, like going to the farm.”
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