She made a name for herself when she finished second in the second round of the British Next Top Model.
And Abbey Clancy showed off her modeling skills by sending pulses with her latest racy Instagram snap.
The mother of four, 34, looked amazing as she wore a white corset top that showed off her supple physique.
Wow: Abbey Clancy, 34, showed off her modeling skills as she sent pulses with her latest racy pic on Instagram
The media personality also wore a pair of blue jeans as she struck a sultry pose for the camera beside her sink.
Letting his blonde hair fall down to her shoulders, Abbey completed his gaze for the snap with a smoky eye.
The model uploaded identical black-and-white and color versions of the snap and was inundated with comments from fans praising her look.
Abbey is a beloved mom to Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two and Jack, 15 months with husband Peter Crouch, 39.
Stunning: Mom of four looked amazing as she wore a white corset top that flaunted her supple physique
She recently posted a black and white photo of the former footballer reading a book with their four children, while adding the simple caption: ‘My world’.
Abbey clearly enjoyed spending time with her beloved offspring as she took to Instagram to post the loving snap of the family all together.
The post comes after Peter opened up about his duties as a father in an interview with Rob Beckett and Josh Widdcombe’s Parenting Lockdown Hell earlier this month, as he admitted his wife didn’t trust him alone with their offspring.
Speaking candidly about life in the Crouch-Clancy house, he said: ‘We have help her mother is very good and we have a family who can help us because I don’t think Abs would do me full confidence. mine with the four ”.
Abbey could be heard speaking in the background, as he added, ‘She’s looking at me now, oh yeah, did you hear that? She yelled over me “What about that time you lost him on the farm?”
‘My world’: Abbey felt as adoring as ever on Tuesday as she took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of husband Peter Crouch, 39, with their offspring
Brood: Abbey and husband Peter share four children – Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two, and Jack, 15 months
He said of the incident with his son Jack: ‘We’re all on the farm and we’re with the little ones, and you can’t get out of this little time we’re in unless a adult press the button, which is high enough for an adult to press …
“ Anyway a teenager I thought he was playing well where he is and the teens obviously hit the button and he’s out, now he’s out by the sheep, now I’m in some way. sort in the game.
“It’s all covered and she went ‘where’s Jack?’ And I went, ‘he’s right … next to the sheep to see!’ So there was a panic, but hey, he didn’t go too far.
Sweet: The post came after Peter opened up about his duties as a father in an interview with Rob Beckett and Josh Widdcombe’s Parenting Lockdown Hell earlier this month, as he admitted his wife didn’t trust him alone with their brood.
In addition to discussing parenting, the couple recently revealed they suffered financial loss during the coronavirus lockdown, according to their filed accounts.
The celebrity couple’s finances have been hit hard by the pandemic as they lost lucrative employment contracts when the nation shut down.
Abbey and Peter reportedly told their accountant that they were not offered their usual commitments due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Family: He said of the incident with his son Jack: ‘We’re all on the farm and we’re with the toddlers, and you can’t get out of this little time we’re in unless an adult presses the button, which is high enough for an adult to press’
She recently deposited her books for her company Abigail Marie Clancy Ltd, while Peter also settled his account for his company Baseforce Ltd.
According to the Sun, reports show that the couple’s income will also be down next year due to the ongoing outbreak.
A note on the account read: ‘Due to the Covid-19 outbreak in March 2020, all non-essential businesses and stores have been closed.
“The associated ‘foreclosure’ had an effect on the operations of the company after the closing date, resulting in a sharp decline in revenues.