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Abbey Clancy shares a sweet photo of husband Peter Crouch and their four children

Grateful for my beautiful family: Abbey Clancy shares sweet photo of husband Peter Crouch and their four children as she reveals she is ‘blessed’ with her loved ones

She is a loving mother of four lovely children, whom she shares with husband Peter Crouch.

And Abbey Clancy, 34, reflected on how grateful she is to her young family as she took a sweet photo of her footballer and their kids on a day out at the park.

Abbey endorsed the adorable Instagram image on Monday, writing that she was “ grateful for her lovely family. ”

Family: Abbey Clancy, 34, pondered how grateful she is to her young family as she took a sweet photo of her footballer Peter Crouch and their kids on a day out at the park

Family: Abbey Clancy, 34, thought about how grateful she is to her young family when she took a sweet photo of her footballer Peter Crouch and their kids on a day out at the park

In no time, former English striker Peter, 39, was seen walking across the field holding the hands of his young sons Johnny, two, and Jack, for 11 months.

While their daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, four, walked beside them.

Abbey commented on the image and wrote, “I feel blessed today to be grateful for my beautiful family in such uncertain times that we will always have each other.”

She also shared a snapshot of two of her children looking curiously at a herd of deer about her stories.

Grateful: Abbey endorsed the adorable Instagram image on Monday, writing that she was 'grateful to her lovely family'

Grateful: Abbey endorsed the adorable Instagram image on Monday, writing that she was 'grateful to her lovely family'

Grateful: Abbey endorsed the adorable Instagram image on Monday, writing that she was ‘grateful to her lovely family’

Abbey recently spoke candidly about home life during a lockdown after an online training session and said she felt “paranoid” about home schooling.

She said about exercising, “I feel wiped out, but it gives me energy for the day, I’m so much more strengthened, and I’m achieving more things.”

About staying motivated every day, she said, “It’s hard, I think having all the kids is a great motivator. Even though it is exhausting and complete to provide home schooling and have them around 24 hours a day, for them you need to get in shape.

Nature: In her stories, she also shared a snapshot of two of her children looking curiously at a herd of deer

Nature: In her stories, she also shared a snapshot of two of her children looking curiously at a herd of deer

Nature: In her stories, she also shared a snapshot of two of her children looking curiously at a herd of deer

Little ones: Abbey and Peter, 39, share sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 11 months and daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, four

Little ones: Abbey and Peter, 39, share sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 11 months and daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, four

Little ones: Abbey and Peter, 39, share sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 11 months and daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, four

“You have to put your tiredness and feelings aside and focus on it. I’m really paranoid about school work, not doing it right or doing enough, it’s really hard.

“Pete is always a good person to have around. He is relaxed, a good motivator and supporter. He is not concerned about anything. If I wobble, he will always bring me back to earth.

She said, “It’s a juggling act, it’s hard at times, probably not doing as well as I should. I’m still trying to figure out how to balance work and motherhood and don’t feel guilty about going back to work

Open: Abbey recently spoke candidly about home life during a lockdown after an online training session and revealed she felt 'paranoid' about homeschooling

Open: Abbey recently spoke candidly about home life during a lockdown after an online training session and revealed she felt 'paranoid' about homeschooling

Open: Abbey recently spoke candidly about home life during a lockdown after an online training session and revealed she felt ‘paranoid’ about homeschooling

“I think it’s normal for moms to do that. There are days when you think you are not doing well because it is difficult, you are tired, you have to go through it without really thinking about it.

“You have to do it and the most important thing is not to beat yourself up or think you’re not doing well.”

“I like to achieve something every day, so I go to bed and feel good about the day. That could be a family walk, baking cakes or playing a game. ‘

Before she was incarcerated, Abbey admitted that she regularly struggles with ‘mom’s guilt’ while juggling her modeling career.

Performance: 'I like to achieve something every day, so I go to bed and feel good about the day. That could be a family walk, baking cakes or playing a game. '

Performance: 'I like to achieve something every day, so I go to bed and feel good about the day. That could be a family walk, baking cakes or playing a game. '

Performance: ‘I like to achieve something every day, so I go to bed and feel good about the day. That could be a family walk, baking cakes or playing a game. ‘

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