Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch threw a birthday party for their children Jack, two, and Liberty, six.
Documenting the festivities on her social media, the 35-year-old model revealed that the couple had installed a huge soft play area in the garden for the kids and their friends.
The area featured slides, a ball pit and rocking horses, while the garden was also decorated with pink and green balloons.
Fun: Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch threw a birthday party for their kids Jack, two, (pictured) and Liberty, six
Abbey wrote in the caption of the snaps: “I had the best days celebrating Liberty and Jack’s birthdays. Thanks @thekidscorner’.
The Britain’s Next Top Model star also shared an adorable photo of Jack posing next to a ‘2’ balloon while wearing dinosaur pajamas.
Alongside the post, Abbey wrote: ‘Congratulations my little boy, love your face covered in chocolate.’
The media personality, who is also mother to daughter Sophia, 10, and son Johnny, three, with Peter, arranged for an ice cream truck to drop by.
Cheers: Peter and Abbey made sure the adults were looked after at the bash when they rented a pop-up whiskey bar for the festivities
Party: The model documented the festivities on her social media and revealed that the couple had installed a huge soft play area in the garden for the kids and their friends
Peter and Abbey made sure the adults were looked after at the bash while renting a pop-up whiskey bar for the festivities.
Abbey also shared a photo of the “beautiful botanical table” set up for the adults with huge candlesticks.
The mother of four cut a casual figure for the party by donning a white cardigan with jeans and sunglasses.
Football ace Peter also opted for a relaxed look, dressed in a white shirt with black shorts and a pair of trainers.
Birthday: The media personality, who is also mother to daughter Sophia and son Johnny with Peter, arranged an ice cream truck to drop by
Play: Abbey wrote in the caption of the snaps, “I had the best days celebrating Liberty and Jack’s birthdays. Thanks @thekidscorner’
It comes after Peter recently admitted that he and Abbey will not be expanding their family and having more children.
Speaking about having more children in an interview with OK! magazine ahead of his new show Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live, he said, ‘God no! Never have four.
“It was a ridiculous decision—one I love and would change the world for nothing—but it’s hard.”
Peter also revealed that Abbey is “very critical” and “will poke holes in everything he does” when asked if she would support him at the tournament.
Swanky: Abbey also shared a photo of the ‘beautiful botanical table’ set up for the adults with huge candlesticks
He said, ‘Well, she’s very critical, so she’ll poke holes in everything I do.
“But she comes one hundred percent to the studio at Wembley, especially if there’s a bar too!”
Abbey has often spoken candidly about her pregnancies, recalling the “terrifying” moment in April when she discovered bushes were falling out of her.
The star also revealed that her multiple pregnancies took a toll on her body and her skin became allergic to most products.
Candid: It comes after Peter recently admitted that he and Abbey will not expand their family and have no more children
Speaking of her hair loss, she told OK! Magazine: ‘It grows back, but if you wash it with clumps of hair, it’s scary.
“I had three children in four years, so I felt like I had no hair left at the end! It’s another thing that broke my confidence.’
According to Abbey, she also suffers from pigmentation that can cause discolored patches of skin on the body and face, as she revealed it first appeared when she became pregnant with her first daughter, Sophia.
She said she had to wear makeup to “cover it up” and she is still proactively looking for products to combat the skin condition.
Interview: Talking about having more kids in an interview with OK! magazine ahead of his new show Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live, he said, ‘God no! Never have four.
“Hair loss and thinning is one of the most common complaints of women after pregnancy, with most women experiencing some type of hair loss after childbirth,” Jane Mayhead, senior trichology consultant at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, told MailOnline in 2019.
“It is the fluctuating hormone levels during pregnancy and after delivery that are the primary cause of… [hair] thinning for new mothers.’
Pregnancy and breastfeeding cause an increase in estrogen, which keeps the hair in the growth phase, making it look shiny and thick.
However, when the hormone levels continue to change or return to normal, it sends the hair into the loss phase, resulting in hair loss, also known as telogen effluvium.
He said: ‘It was a ridiculous decision – one I love and wouldn’t change for the world – but it’s hard’ (pictured with their four children in January)