Abbey Clancy shares sweet snaps of her 'spider monkey' daughter

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Four days after giving birth to her second daughter Liberty Rose, Abbey Clancy has shared more pictures of her little girl on social media. "My little angel #libertyrose #littlemonkey," Abbey captioned a photo of newborn daughter sleeping.


Abbey proudly showed off pictures of Liberty Rose on Twitter


With her hands curled up next to her head, Liberty looks content as she dozes on a soft pillow, while in another black and white shot, the four-day-old is pictured in her nappy. Abbey playfully captioned the snap on Twitter: "Spider monkey".

The gorgeous model, who is married to football star Peter Crouch, has also been sharing other details of Liberty's first few days. She revealed on Twitter that the first song she heard was an Elvis Presley tune.

Abbey welcomed her second daughter on Monday 1 June and having spent the first night bonding with her little one, the TV presenter decided to share the news with her fans online.


"My little angel," Abbey titled one picture, before adding: "Spider monkey" to another


She later admitted that she was "overwhelmed by everyone's messages and well wishes", after revealing her baby's beautiful name.

"My Liberty Rose Crouch born last night 6lb8 #perfectlittleprincess," wrote Abbey.

She accompanied the post with a photo of herself cradling baby Liberty Rose, who was sweetly wrapped up in a blanket. Clearly in high spirits, Abbey followed it up with an amusing comment, writing "God help my @petercrouch surrounded by girls xx" alongside a string of jokey-faced emoticons.


The couple are already parents to four-year-old daughter Sophia, but it sounds like Abbey and Peter won't be stopping at two children.

Speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online when she was pregnant for a second time, Abbey said: "Peter and I want a big family. I'm used to that, because I'm one of four children."

"I've already had a girl so I'm happy," the British beauty, 29, added. "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."

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