Abbey Clancy ribbed Peter Crouch on their podcast this week as they discussed if it is acceptable to watch football on Mother’s Day.
Speaking on The Therapy Crouch, Abbey revealed during the ‘Whine of the Week’ segment that she had not had the day she was expecting.
Although she got a card, flowers and cake from her children and Peter took them out, she ended up hoovering and cleaning ahead of a family lunch for 15 people.
Later, Peter watched a football match and Abbey joked: ‘Did you think of your whine when you were lying on the couch half asleep watching the Man U game while I was emptying the dishwasher for the 14th time?’
Peter, who also watched Match Of The Day, joked: ‘Where does it end? Are you not allowed to watch any football on Mother’s Day? You’re not my mum. The kids f****d up.’
Question: Abbey Clancy ribbed Peter Crouch on their podcast this week as they discussed if it is acceptable to watch football on Mother’s Day
Oops! Peter, who watched a match and Match Of The Day, joked: ‘Where does it end? Are you not allowed to watch any football on Mother’s Day? You’re not my mum. The kids f****d up’
The couple have four children together – Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and Jack, three.
Elsewhere in the chat, Abbey quipped that she had never felt more like a mum in her entire life than on Mother’s Day.
But Peter said: ‘You wouldn’t let me cook the dinner’ and quipped that his Whine of the Week was wondering when Mother’s Day ends.
He added: ‘Is it the entire day? You can’t be a slave the entire day.’
An unimpressed Abbey said even though her husband told her she should not be hoovering on Mother’s Day, he was filming her doing it.
Abbey said: ‘Instead of taking the hoover off me and saying “I’ll help you”, he filmed me.’
She admitted that she was trying to make the house spotless as she was preparing dinner for 15 people.
Peter then said: ‘I tried to make her have a lovely day’ and revealed that he was trying to help her with the dinner.
Mum duties: Elsewhere in the chat, Abbey quipped that she had never felt more like a mum in her entire life than on Mother’s Day
Parents: The couple have four children together (pictured) – Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and Jack, three
Abbey and Peter, who got married 12 years ago, released their first podcast together and so far it has proved to be a hit.
During a recent episode, the couple joked about their sex life when a fan messaged that they only do the deed every couple of weeks.
Abbey read the story out: ‘My partner and I have been seeing each other for about five years now. Initially our sex life was amazing and we couldn’t keep our hands off each other.
‘But naturally as the years have gone by things have started to slow down a bit. This has gotten worse over the past six months and we are lucky if we get it on once every couple of weeks.’
Abbey added afterwards: ‘That sounds bloody fine. I think he’s lucky, him’.
Whereas the former striker joked that the anonymous listener was actually him, he said: ‘Peter, 42, from Surrey is that’.
Abbey continued: ‘I think he should grow up, once every two weeks, what’s he complaining about!’
Peter added: ‘Oh My God he’s getting action all over the shop!’
Podcast: During a recent episode, the couple joked about their sex life when a fan messaged that they only do the deed every couple of weeks
It came after Abbey voiced her fury at Peter after he claimed that getting to the Champions League final with Liverpool was better than the birth of his children.
She began by saying: ‘Having children doesn’t even come close to the feeling you get when you play football’.
Then reaching for her mobile she added: ‘I’m actually gonna try and find this on my phone now because it was actually disgusting.’
Peter tried to defend himself, saying: ‘Well this is something you know that we come across, I think when you are potentially in the public eye, you know stories and words can be misconstrued hopefully’.
Ignoring him, Abbey read out a headline off her phone that said: ‘Peter Crouch says getting to the Champions League final was better than the birth of his kids.’
She addressed Peter: ‘Three days ago you said this.’
Peter replied: ‘Yeah but I obviously said it a while ago, they just put it in 3 days ago.’
Abbey cut in: ‘So you did say it’ and Peter admitted: ‘Well loosely’.
Raging: It comes after Abbey voiced her fury at her husband Peter after he claimed that getting to the Champions League final with Liverpool was better than the birth of his children
Reading another article, Abbey said: ‘Peter Crouch has risked the fury of wife Abbey Clancy by saying that the Liverpool’s path to the Champions League final was better than the birth of his four kids.
‘The striker only came on as a sub – you weren’t even a real player, you weren’t even involved. How can you even say that?’
Peter responded: ‘I was Liverpool top goal scorer on the run up to that final, level with Kaka.
‘If I’d have played the final we might have won it and I might have become top goal scorer. Kaka wouldn’t have existed.’
Abbey interrupted: ‘But you didn’t and you didn’t play so there you go.’
Not happy: The model confronted the former footballer on his comments on their podcast, The Therapy Crouch
In October, Peter explained: ‘Look, I love my two girls and my two boys, but I have to be honest: getting to the Champions League final is better.
‘Let me explain. You know you’re going to have a baby for nine months.
‘Sure, it’s wonderful when they arrive, and they’re healthy and all is well with your partner. But there’s no sudden shock. There’s no explosion of noise all around you.
‘You don’t feel like taking your top off and running round the hospital, and if you did, and launched into a massive knee-slide, it wouldn’t be to a sea of limbs like when I scored for Spurs against Manchester City to get us into Europe.
‘It would just be a tired night porter and someone bringing in a Lucozade for their poorly nan.’