Three months after welcoming her second child Liberty Rose, Abbey Clancy has sizzled in a new photoshoot. The British model has shown off her post-baby body in her first magazine spread since giving birth.
Acting as next month's cover girl for Women's Health, Abbey, who is married to football star Peter Crouch, has revealed how she's snapped back into shape.
The 29-year-old also opened up about her and Peter's plans to have two more kids.
"I don't diet, but with a four-year-old, a new baby and no nannies, neither do I sit still," said Abbey
"It's strange that my body makes news," said Abbey. "I don't like those stories when it's put in a negative light – like I'm starving myself. I live with a professional athlete. We eat healthy meals, home-cooked fresh food.
"My mum had four children and each time she had a baby, she was back to normal within weeks. So genetics play a part. I don't diet, but with a four-year-old [eldest daughter Sophia], a new baby and no nannies, neither do I sit still."
The glamorous mum, who was crowned the nation's favourite celebrity on Strictly Come Dancing last year, added: "Your shape just changes. My boobs went. My belly button's a bit saggier. But I've got two beautiful babies, so I'm not that concerned."
The 29-year-old revealed that she and husband Peter Crouch want four children
Abbey and Peter have been in a relationship for nine years. They welcomed their first child, a daughter Sophia, in March 2011 and three months later the couple tied the knot. Abbey gave birth to their second child Liberty Rose in June of this year.
While Peter, 34, has made no secret of his wish to have a boy, the Stoke City striker was no doubt thrilled by baby Liberty's arrival. The family are planning on expanding their brood.
"We'd like four, including a boy," said Abbey. "I felt so sorry for Pete when we were on holiday because there was a Chelsea Football Academy and Barbie World. And all the dads were playing football with the little boys and Pete was getting glitter put on his eyes in Barbie World. I was like, 'We need a boy'."
The model admitted her body has changed post-birth: "My boobs went. My belly button's a bit saggier. But I've got two beautiful babies."
On their family life at home, Abbey said: "It's hard, it's tiring – we don't have any help. We do alternate night feeds. Pete's amazing. I think it's such a short period of time you've got with babies and it goes so quick."
The full interview appears in the November 2015 issue of Women's Health, on sale on 8 October.