She’s a doting mum to four children with her husband
But Abbey Clancy has given an insight into her families lockdown as she shared sexy snaps and revealed her son Johnny, two, helped himself to her lipstick in a hilarious Instagram snap on Wednesday.
The model, 34, took to her Stories to reveal the tot had found her makeup bag while sitting in the car, and proceeded to cover himself from head to toe with her nude lip crayon.
Oh dear! Abbey Clancy was left unimpressed as she revealed the results of her son Johnny helping himself to her makeup bag on Wednesday
Abbey also showcased her model physique in a white crop top and quirky trousers with a leather trim for collection of sexy lockdown snaps.
The blonde beauty posted the image of little Johnny innocently looking back at her with his finger stuck in the lipstick tube, after getting it all over his clothes.
She penned the caption: ‘When he steals your lippy’, followed by a monkey emoji.
Oops! The model shared a hilarious snap of the tot covered in her lip crayon in the back of the car after finding it in her makeup
Wow! Abbey also took to social media on Thursday to showcase her model physique in a white crop top and unusual trousers with a leather trim
Abbey and her husband Peter are proud parents to four children, Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two and Jack, 15 months.
Peter recently opened up about his dad duties in an interview with Rob Beckett and Josh Widdcombe’s
Speaking candidly about life in the Crouch-Clancy household, he said: ‘We’ve got some help, her mum is very good and we’ve got some family who can help us because I don’t think Abs would trust me fully on my own with all four’.
Abbey could be heard speaking in the background, as he added: ‘She’s looking at me now, oh yea did you hear that? She’s shouted over the top of me “what about that time you lost him at the farm?”
Gorgeous: The fashion star flaunted her svelte physique in the stylish look as she adjusted to life in England’s second lockdown
He said of the incident with son Jack: ‘We’re all in the farm and we’re with the toddlers, and you can’t get out of this little bit we’re in unless an adult presses the button, which is high enough for an adult to press…
‘Anyway a teenager, I thought he was fine playing where he is and teenagers obviously pressed the button and he’s gone out, now he’s out by the sheep now I’m sort of in the play bit.
‘It’s all covered and she’s gone “where’s Jack?” and I’ve gone, “he’s just… out by the sheep by the looks of it!” So there was a panic, but all good he didn’t go too far.’
Family: Abbey and her husband Peter are proud parents to four children, Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two and Jack, 15 months