Abbey Clancy has her GMB interview CRASHED by husband Peter Crouch

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Abbey Clancy has her GMB interview CRASHED by husband Peter Crouch

Abbey Clancy has her GMB interview CRASHED by husband Peter Crouch after claiming he 'hasn't done anything' to help her during lockdow

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Abbey Clancy has her GMB interview CRASHED by husband Peter Crouch after claiming he ‘hasn’t done anything’ to help her during lockdown

Abbey Clancy had her live Good Morning Britain interview crashed by cheeky husband Peter Crouch on Tuesday.  

The model, 35, claimed the retired professional footballer, 40, hadn’t ‘done anything’ around the house during the pandemic, which he took offence to.

He first told her off-camera that she was ‘telling lies’ before he came on at the end of the interview to say hi to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.

Amusing: Peter Crouch crashed his wife Abbey Clancy's GMB interview on Tuesday after she claimed he 'hasn't done anything' in the house during lockdown

Amusing: Peter Crouch crashed his wife Abbey Clancy’s GMB interview on Tuesday after she claimed he ‘hasn’t done anything’ in the house during lockdown

On life at home, Abbey said she was ‘quite enjoying it’ as she claimed: ‘I’ve got a system in place, I’m doing everything.

‘The old saying, “If you want something doing, do it yourself.” I’m doing everything in the house because Pete is like, “Oh you don’t have to do RE, you don’t have to do science, that’s boring,” but I need to have everything done before playtime.’

Piers asked if Peter helped her around the house, but Abbey said he didn’t as she claimed: ‘No, he hasn’t done anything.

‘He’s good at playing with the kids but that’s about it. Ha! He’s shouting in the background saying you’re joking, I’m telling lies.’

Doing it herself: The model, 35, joked the former professional footballer, 40, didn't help her with home-schooling or anything around the house, which he took offence to

Doing it herself: The model, 35, joked the former professional footballer, 40, didn’t help her with home-schooling or anything around the house, which he took offence to

Crashing it: Peter first told her off-camera that she was 'telling lies' before he came on at the end of the interview to say hi to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid

Crashing it: Peter first told her off-camera that she was ‘telling lies’ before he came on at the end of the interview to say hi to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid

On the suggestion of Piers and Susanna, Abbey suggested Peter come on screen to talk to the pair.

‘Do you want to have the last word Pete? He’s hiding in the kitchen now,’ she joked. ‘Oh here he is running in, he’s trying to control the rabble of kids.’ 

Peter then came into view and wrapped his arm around Abbey in an embrace to show there were no hard feelings between them, as he smiled and waved at Piers and Susanna. 

Busy schedule: On life at home, Abbey said: 'I¿m doing everything in the house because Pete is like, "Oh you don¿t have to do RE, you don¿t have to do science, that¿s boring"'

Busy schedule: On life at home, Abbey said: ‘I’m doing everything in the house because Pete is like, “Oh you don’t have to do RE, you don’t have to do science, that’s boring”‘

Shocked: Abbey added, 'he's good at playing with the kids but that¿s about it. Ha! He's shouting in the background saying you're joking, I¿m telling lies'

Shocked: Abbey added, ‘he’s good at playing with the kids but that’s about it. Ha! He’s shouting in the background saying you’re joking, I’m telling lies’

The happy couple share four children together, sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 19 months, and daughters Sophia, nine, and Liberty, five.

Abbey also promoted Red Nose Day while on the show, saying that viewers could support the charity by buying one of their many T-shirts online. 

Red Nose Day returns next month for an evening of television that will be broadcast live on BBC One on March 19.

The charity fundraiser will feature some of the nation’s favourite faces for a night of comedy, sketches and live performances.

Chari-tee: Abbey also promoted Red Nose Day while on the show, saying that viewers could support the charity by buying one of their many T-shirts online, which airs on March 19

Chari-tee: Abbey also promoted Red Nose Day while on the show, saying that viewers could support the charity by buying one of their many T-shirts online, which airs on March 19

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