Peter Crouch has revealed he turned down the chance to seem on Strictly Come Dancing on multiple event – and it is thanks to his wife, 2013 winner Abbey Clancy. Appearing on Good Morning Britain on Thursday, the 38-year-previous retired footballer confessed his wife is not an enormous fan of his dance strikes. “It’s on her [Abbey’s] advice because she’s seen me dance,” he shared. “I enjoy dancing but I’m not as technical as Abbey was.”
Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch have been married since 2011
Peter, who has been married to the mannequin since 2011, additionally admitted that the couple are very aggressive, that means he would find it laborious to emulate her victory. “We would probably be quite competitive, because she won the show,” he defined. “I would not like to come second to her.” He added: “I’ve had offers obviously with what happened with the podcast and the book and others. I dipped my toe in because I’m 38, my football isn’t going to last forever so I was trying other things. I did my coaching badges and I started doing media kind of work, and yeah I do get offered things but I’ve turned down a lot.”
Earlier this yr, Peter and Abbey turned mother and father for the fourth time to a little bit boy known as Jack. “Obviously having my fourth kid I need to get out of the house as much as possible,” the footballer joked. “It’s a lot of work at home…” The couple are additionally mother and father to Sophia, Liberty and Johnny. Jack was born on 3 June, and the pleased mother and father introduced the information on Instagram, sharing a number of photos of their bundle of pleasure the next day. “Welcome to the world darling boy, born 3rd of June 3:44pm weighing 7lb.5. Now home safe and sound x,” proud mum Abbey wrote.
Peter took to Twitter and joked: “Our beautiful baby boy was born Monday 3rd June mother and baby Divock Samrat Crouch are doing well.” He later added: “Our boy is beautiful the name is still to be clarified unfortunately Abs not going for Divock Samrat.”
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