Peter Crouch, 38, has a successful podcast, titled That Peter Crouch Podcast, with co-hosts, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark, which has seen the star speak all about the ins and outs of a footballer’s life.
His wife, Abbey Clancy, 33, revealed she once featured on his show, but admitted she will never go on it again.
The mother-of-four, who has been working with Sainsbury’s as part of their 150 days of Community celebrations, said she couldn’t handle the football chat again.
“I’ve been on it once and I think once is enough,” Abbey divulged in an interview with Express.co.uk.
Once is enough
“I can’t really hold a conversation for too long about football to be honest.”
Abbey also said there’s no topic of conversation she’s worried about him talking about as she said: “We don’t take ourselves too seriously.”
Peter retired from footballer just before the new season started back in July, ending his 21 years as a professional, and Abbey said she is really “proud” of her spouse of eight years.
Abbey said: “I think he’s busier now than he was playing football! I’m really proud of him.”
Peter and Abbey tied the knot in lavish ceremony in 2011 and are parents to Sophia, eight, Liberty, four, 21-month-old Johnny, and Jack, who was born in June.
Elsewhere, Abbey also spoke about her successful stint on Strictly Come Dancing, which she won with professional dancer, Aljaz Skorjanec, back in 2013.
The model admitted she was so nervous on the show, she would feel sick before performing and the live part was her “least favourite” moment of Strictly.
“It was just my least favourite part if i’m honest, the performance, I was just so scared,” she spilled.
“I just feel like I don’t like doing things in front of people,” Abbey continued. “I was just shy.”
Reflecting on her time on the show, Abbey said: “Looking back, I wish I wasn’t so nervous because it reflects on how you enjoy it.”
Abbey recently showed off her dancing skills in a Strictly-themed party in Marske-by-the Sea, held by the team from the local Sainsbury’s store.
The mother-of-four took part in the party as new research found that loneliness is an increasingly big issue amongst older people.
Speaking about how many older people don’t have anyone to turn to, she said: “It really shocked me, being a real family person, my nan who is like 96, is the Queen of our family and the thought of the elderly not having anyone to talk to on a daily basis really upset me.
“So what a great way to get everyone together by having a dance, especially with the Strictly connection.”
Abbey said it was a “shame” the dance was only a one-off as everyone enjoyed themselves.
“I introduced them [the shop assistances] at the end of the day to do the performance, everyone was in high spirits,” she said.
“It was a shame it was a one-off, it was nice thing to get everyone together and get everyone involved.”
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