Abbey Clancy reveals she and Peter 'want a big family'

Abbey Clancy recently shared the exciting news that she and husband Peter Crouch are expecting a second baby, so it seems fitting that her latest venture sees her celebrating motherhood. The 29-year-old has teamed up with her mum Karen to promote Avon's latest fragrance Cherish, marking the first time the pair have starred in a campaign together.

The striking model spoke to HELLO! Online at the scent's launch, revealing that she is excited to become a mother again and welcome a little sibling for the couple's three-year-old daughter Sophia.

"Peter and I want a big family," she revealed. "I'm used to that, because I'm one of four children."


Abbey Clancy and husband Peter Crouch are expecting their second child together

The British beauty added that during the first pregnancy she had been hoping for a daughter, but that this time around she didn't mind about the gender of the baby.

"I've already had a girl so I'm happy," she admitted. "I don't mind what we have next, whether it's a boy or a girl, just as long as it's a healthy baby."

Amidst all the excitement however, Abbey revealed that she has been suffering from morning sickness.

"I have really bad morning sickness, so I haven't really had any cravings, but I've just been eating more food because I've been so sick," she said, adding that her body is "changing so fast".

"Sometimes I think Pete won't want another child purely because I moan a lot when I'm pregnant!" she laughed.

Abbey shared a photo of Avon's new campaign and fragrance on her Instagram account

It's been a busy few weeks for Abbey, who revealed that she and Peter are currently looking to buy a new home, and get settled as they prepare for new baby's arrival.

However, the expectant mother has also been enjoying some downtime with her daughter, who seems to be following in her mother's footsteps.

"My whole phone is filled with photos of Sophia," she laughed. "She might grow up to be a model – in every picture she's pouting, and she's only three. I think we've passed it down through the generations!"
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