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Abbey Clancy shares sweet photos of daughters Sophia and Liberty Rose

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Abbey Clancy could not be more smitten with her two daughters. The model, who is married to footballer Peter Crouch, shared more sweet snaps of her girls Sophia and Liberty Rose as she made her return to work on Tuesday.

One adorable photo showed four-year-old Sophia cradling her baby sister in her arms while she sleeps soundly. Both Sophia and six-week-old Liberty Rose were dressed in matching star print outfits in the snap, which Abbey simply captioned: "My girls".

The mum-of-two later posted another photo of Liberty Rose being cuddled by her big sister, which she captioned with a series of heart emoticons.

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Abbey Clancy shared photos of her daughters on Tuesday

Abbey and Peter welcomed their baby daughter together on 1 June, and the new mum revealed that she was already making her return to modelling with a beachwear shoot on Tuesday.

"1st shoot today since having liberty rose #norestforthewicked #beachshoot @KarisKennedy" she tweeted.

The doting mum won't be letting work interfere with spending quality time with her baby daughter, whose birth she announced with a series of tweets on 2 June.

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Abbey welcomed baby Liberty Rose on 1 June

"My Liberty Rose Crouch born last night 6lbs 8 #perfectlittleprincess," wrote Abbey, accompanying the post with a photo of herself cuddling her daughter. "God help my @petercrouch surrounded by girls xx," she later joked.

Since welcoming their little girl, Abbey hasn't been able to resist sharing more photos, including a number of Sophia cuddling her little sister.

There's every chance there will be another baby announcement at some point in the future. Speaking to HELLO! Online during her second pregnancy, Abbey revealed: "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," she 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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