Abbey Clancy shares sweet family selfie

Life is pretty perfect for Abbey Clancy. The 29-year-old, who is married to footballer Peter Crouch, is now the proud mummy of two little girls, and this week shared a sweet family photo showing them all cuddled up together in bed.

The black and white snapshot shows Abbey looking lovingly at her husband Peter, while their two children – four-year-old Sofia, and four-month-old Liberty Rose – lie on his chest. "Morning selfie #family #love #blessed," the model captioned the picture.

Morning selfie #family #love #blessed ❤️

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Abbey and Peter, 34, welcomed their second daughter on 1 June, and Abbey regularly treats her fans to photos of her little girls. She recently revealed that the couple are planning on expanding their brood.

"We'd like four, including a boy," Abbey admitted in an interview with Women's Heath. "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!'"

Sleeping beauties 😍😍😍

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She also opened up about their home life. "It's hard, it's tiring – we don't have any help," the star said. "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."

It's not just her two little girls keeping her busy. Abbey has been hard at work filming for upcoming series of Britain's Next Top Model. The model made her TV debut in the show back in 2006, and is set to return to the reality show – this time as a judge.

Sooo excited for jan 2016 @newbntm

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Abbey will join male model Paul Sculfor, style guru Hilary Alexander and celebrity photographer Nicky Johnston, when BNTM is aired on Lifetime in early 2016. "Britain's Next Top Model is a show very close to my heart as it's where I started my career so I am thrilled to be returning as head judge," Abbey said of her new role.

The star – who came second in the second series of the show – added: "We have an incredible team working on this series and I can't wait to bring my own spin to the show. Lifetime viewers should expect more drama and style than ever before, and the girls better be ready to bring their A game!"