Abbey Clancy left furious as husband Peter Crouch says football moment was 'better moment than having four kids' | The Sun
ABBEY Clancy has revealed her fury after husband Peter Crouch claimed that getting to the Champions League final was better than having children.
The pair discussed his controversial comments on the latest episode of their podcast The Therapy Couch, with Abbey, 37, branding his words “disgusting”.
The model and Peter, 42, are parents to – Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and Jack, three.
Raging Abbey proclaimed: “Having children doesn't even come close to the feeling you get when you play football.”
She then grabbed her phone and told him: “I’m actually gonna try and find this on my phone now because it was actually disgusting.”
Trying to calm her down, Peter said: “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.”
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Abbey continued reading out the headline: “Peter Crouch says getting to the Champions League final was better than the birth of his kids.
“Three days ago you said this.”
Pete told her: “Yeah but I obviously said it a while ago, they just put it in 3 days ago.”
Interrupting, Abbey quizzed him: “So you did say it.”
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He admitted: “Well loosely”.
Abbey then pointed out Peter was a sub, telling him: “You weren't even a real player, you weren't even involved. How can you even say that?”
Trying to defend himself, Peter told her: “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.”
Peter made the comments in October of last year as he discussed the game back in 2007.
He said at the time: "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.
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"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.”
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