Abbey Clancy has revealed that she was forced to push back her vow renewal with Peter Crouch, after it clashed with the World Cup final.The model and presenter, 37, married the former England football player player, 42, in 2011 and had been planning to have a vow renewal for their tenth anniversary - but it had to be moved due to the sporting event.
Speaking on the Jonathan Ross Show on Saturday (4 March), Abbey revealed that the couple’s vows were first postponed due to the pandemic and later rescheduled to avoid clashing with the World Cup final last year. “It was supposed to be on a certain day but it was the World Cup final,” she said. “So he said ‘I’m not marrying you again on the day of the World Cup final’.
So we had to change the day.” Abbey shares four children with husband Peter: Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Jonny, five, and Jack, three.They finally managed to renew their vows during a sunset ceremony in the Maldives late last year.
Abbey shared: “We wanted to renew our vows at 10 years but we were in lockdown. “The kids were there. We didn’t have any kids at our first wedding so it was nice for them to be involved.” Peter added: “After 10 years, I wanted to do something special because she puts up with us and the kids. “She runs the household so I wanted to do something.” The couple have recently joined forces for their own podcast, The Therapy Crouch, where they open up on some of the highs and lows of their relationship and also offer advice to listeners.Read more on ok.co.uk