Abbey Clancy has opened up about how she is coping with her second pregnancy. Peter Crouch's model wife has revealed that while she is thrilled to be expecting baby number two, her pregnancy has been taking its toll on her body.
"One part of your brain is going, 'Oh my God, I'm so blessed, it's a miracle'," she told The Times. "And the other half is going, 'I can't bear this, I'm so fat, I'm ugly, I've got headaches, I've got spots, I feel sick."
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Abbey says that eating has helped eased her nausea
Abbey, who is five months pregnant, also said that she has been suffering with severe morning sickness.
The 29-year-old claims that eating carbohydrates, including croissants, cream cheese bagels and muffins, has helped ease her nausea.
"That's what's happening in this pregnancy," she said. "Every two minutes, I have to have a feast!"
Abbey shared a fun snap of her baby bump
Liverpool-born Abbey is due to give birth in April. The couple, who are already parents to three-year-old-daughter Sophia, don't know the gender of their second baby.
Abbey also told The Times that in spite of her footballer husband's high profile in the sporting world, she takes little interest in the game.
"I am so proud watching my husband playing in front of all those people," she said. "But if it was on TV, I wouldn't sit and watch it. [Peter] enjoys the fact that I don't know anything about football because everyone talks to him about it except me, so he'll score a hat-trick and come home and I'll be like, "So Pete, can you fix this, can you change that?""