By John Hunt
Celebrity calendar_today 08 October 2020
Share

Abbey Clancy’s lovely daughters follow her lead and become models

Abbey Clancy is a lingerie and catwalk model married to football player Peter Crouch. Abbey and Peter are happy parents of four children –  two daughters and two sons. Clancy met her husband at a friend’s party in 2006, and by July 2009 the couple was already engaged, while 2011 saw them get married. 

Clancy became famous thanks to her participation in Britain’s Next Top Model in 2006. And even though eventually she lost to her opponent Lianna Fowler, after this show the model received numerous modelling contracts and was featured in various magazines and newspapers. The top model featured as a judge in Britain’s Next Top Model in 2015 and 2017.

But, Abbey Clancy also has two mini-me daughters to follow her steps! Sophia, 9 years old, and Liberty, who is only 5. The appearance on their first catwalk took place at Frozen Fashion Week. The girls projected glamour and grace as they helped to unveil the new season collection. 

The model, who is also the winner of Strictly Come Dancing, guided the girls herself,  holding their hands down the runway. Abbey appeared in black suede boots and a gorgeous blazer that emphasized her waist. She completed her dark-toned outfit with a pair of light colored jeans. 

The girls looked like real princesses – Sophia and Liberty stole the show by wearing Frozen-inspired dresses. The older daughter of Clancy and her husband Peter Crouch, had an Elsa-themed purple dress embedded with crystals,while the younger had a fairytale-like dress in darker tones, similar to Elsa’s sister Anna’s. 

The stunning trio had all eyes on them and smiled at the cameras. Abbey admitted that she and her husband had a hard time during the Corona lockdown. Both of them lost on some profitable work opportunities due to the pandemic. 

Despite a difficult situation, the couple’s property business is in good shape, as they have over 2.5 million pounds combined in their bank accounts.