Abbey Clancy has opened up about the moment she bonded with Prince William during a charity event this summer. During an appearance on Friday's episode of Lorraine, the mother-of-two revealed how she and the royal exchanged tips on parenthood - particularly on how to get babies to sleep.
"Me and William had a chat about babies that don't sleep, we were sharing tips, our kids are similar ages," she told the chat show host. The 30-year-old - who shares daughters Sophia Ruby, five and Liberty Rose, one, with husband Peter Crouch - spoke with Prince William and Kate at the inaugural Heads Together event, which bought together some of the country's leading mental health charities.
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Abbey Clancy has revealed she shared baby tips with Prince William
Abbey was there to represent Best Beginnings, which ensures that children get the best possible start in life. "I'm working with a charity Best Beginnings who have just launched a new campaign Our Chance to help young mums and women have the safest pregnancy possible," she explained. "I'm a mum of two with a fantastic support system around me but it's still hard so these girls, I don't know how they do it."
The charity is one of seven which is involved in the Heads Together campaign, a project launched by Prince William, Duchess Kate and Prince Harry in an attempt to end stigma surrounding mental health.
"Me and William had a chat about babies that don't sleep," she said
Abbey went on to reveal how her footballer partner Peter is adapting to living in a household full of girls, admitting that he enjoys watching her show, Britain's Next Top Model. "Pete loves it," the former Strictly Come Dancing star said. "I remember there was a Champions League final on and we were watching the BNTM final instead but he's in a house full of girls, so he has no choice really!"
"I love working," said the model - who has released her debut novel Remember My Name. "The life I've had for the past ten years I've loved it, I'm so grateful. I think it's a good role model for the girls. You have to work hard, I come from a working class family."