WHEN Abbey Clancy is not strutting her stuff on the catwalk and her husband Peter Crouch isn’t on The Masked Dancer – they can be found living the life of luxury in their sprawling Surrey mansion.
The 36-year-old model and footballer Peter, 41, have set up home with their kids Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and three-year-old Jack in the stunning house, which they built from scratch.
The loved-up couple moved into the pad – which features a huge garden, an impressive kitchen and stunning fireplaces, back in 2016 – after previously living in Freddie Flintoff’s £4.5 million Cheshire home.
And it’s fair to say they’ve made the house a real home over the last couple of years.
Abbey’s pride and joy appears to be the kitchen, which features not just one but three ovens.
Judging by her pictures the kitchen is the centre point of the home, like it is for many of us, and she regularly has people over for fun and food.
There is a large kitchen table where the couple can entertain and while Abbey is known for her love of cooking, she has even had a private chef over in the past.
Meanwhile, the couple’s bathroom boasts a stunning traditional fireplace with gold detailing.
The room also features a white standalone bath and marble countertops – making it the perfect selfie spot for the model mum.
And it appears their children’s rooms are just as chic.
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Liberty has been treated to a white wooden bed frame, a rabbit lamp and pretty pink accessories.
When the weather is good the garden becomes the family hub, which is no surprise considering it has a ping pong table, big paddling pool and a professional looking BBQ.
Back inside and another notable feature is Peter’s football themed study, which has a fancy Apple computer, a mouse mat with images of him doing his famous robot celebratory dance and a statue of a player.
In terms of décor, the couple appear to have gone for neutral tones throughout while the house has a number of stunning features such as the grand fire place in the living room.
There’s also a huge projector screen where the family of five can settle down for a good movie or maybe Peter’s footy highlights.
Opening up about living in their home during lockdown, Abbey said: “I’ve really enjoyed the lockdown. It’s such a special thing to pause life and have your husband and your kids with you every single day. We’re all so busy running around like headless chickens usually so I’ve been quite grateful for that.
“There’s been times where we’ve been exhausted and the kids are driving us mad but ultimately I’ve loved it.
“My kids are up at quarter to six and by the time they’re all in bed it’s eight so we literally have one hour together before I’m snoring my head off.”
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