Abbey Clancy flashes her toned midriff in typically chic all-black look


Abbey Clancy flashes her toned midriff in typically chic all-black look teamed with knee-high leather boots and oversized sunglasses


She’s a runway staple and one of the British fashion industry’s best-known faces.

And Abbey Clancy put on a typically stylish display when she stepped out in London on Monday wearing a chic all-black look.

Flashing a hint of her toned midriff, the runway star, 35, teamed a skirt, cropped jumper and sweeping black coat with a pair of knee-high brown boots and oversized sunglasses.

Chic: Abbey Clancy, 35, put on a typically stylish display when she stepped out in London on Monday wearing a chic all-black look that showed off her toned midriff

Chic: Abbey Clancy, 35, put on a typically stylish display when she stepped out in London on Monday wearing a chic all-black look that showed off her toned midriff

The doting mother wore her glossy blonde hair loose and looked radiant wearing nothing but a swipe of pink lipstick.

Abbey was sporting an immaculate, deep red manicure as she strolled through the capital.

She carried her phone in her right hand.

It comes after Abbey revealed her sportsman husband Peter Crouch jokingly ‘threatened to leave her’ after she brought their Labrador puppy Jeffrey home.

Hair down: The doting mother wore her glossy blonde hair loose and looked radiant wearing nothing but a swipe of pink lipstick

Hair down: The doting mother wore her glossy blonde hair loose and looked radiant wearing nothing but a swipe of pink lipstick

The 2013 Strictly Come Dancing champion surprised former Liverpool and England striker Peter with the new addition to their family home last March, but admits the dog soon won her exasperated husband round.

Speaking to Rochelle Humes on her My Little Coco podcast, Abbey explained: ‘We got a puppy last March. Pete was like: ”If you literally bring one more living thing into this house, I’m gonna leave”.’

Attempting to explain his side of the story, Peter added: ‘The thing is, she said ”you’ll love him when we get him”.’

Showdown: It comes after revealed her husband Peter Crouch, 40, 'threatened to leave home' last March after she brought their Labrador puppy Jeffrey home (pictured this year)

Showdown: It comes after revealed her husband Peter Crouch, 40, ‘threatened to leave home’ last March after she brought their Labrador puppy Jeffrey home (pictured this year)

He went on: ‘But I don’t need to love another thing – there’s loads of love in the house. Don’t give me another thing to love!’

However it seems Peter has since taken to the sweet pooch, with Abbey revealing Jeffrey was asleep on Peter’s feet during the conversation.

She joked: ‘Don’t listen Jeffrey!’

Abbey also revealed it had been a life-long dream of hers to grow up surrounded by animals.

Abbey explained: 'We got a puppy last March. Pete was like, ''If you literally bring one more living thing into this house, I'm gonna leave''' (pictured with Jeffrey)

Abbey explained: ‘We got a puppy last March. Pete was like, ”If you literally bring one more living thing into this house, I’m gonna leave”’ (pictured with Jeffrey)

She explained: ‘I didn’t have any pets growing up, so I’m sort of living all my childhood pet wishes through my kids – it’s not even for them, it’s for me.’

The model continued: ‘I was even looking at teacup goats the other day.’

Hilariously, Peter was quick to stop Abbey’s thought process dead in its tracks, cutting in: ‘I don’t want to be feeding goats unfortunately.’

Jeffrey aside, Abbey and Peter have a full house and share children Sophia, 10, Liberty, six, Johnny, three, and Jack, two.

Family: The football ace already shares Sophia, 10, Liberty, six, Johnny, three, and two-year-old Jack with his model wife (pictured with their four children in January)

Family: The football ace already shares Sophia, 10, Liberty, six, Johnny, three, and two-year-old Jack with his model wife (pictured with their four children in January)

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