The new mum and husband Peter Crouch are already parents to two daughters
Model Abbey Clancy and her footballer husband Peter Crouch have had their third child - a beautiful little boy. The 31-year-old Britain’s Next Top Model presenter already has two daughters, Sophia, six and Liberty, two, and has previously said her newest baby would be her last.
Abbey Clancy has given birth to a baby boy
Little Johnny came into the world on Wednesday (3 Jan) after the TV personality and Crouch, 36, announced they were expecting a new baby in June.
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She might have been releasing a book last night (November 15), but there was nothing bookish about the behavior of supermodel Kate Moss and her guests in London, with more than a few stars being spotted leaving 50 St James somewhat dishevelled in the early hours. It had been a busy day for Moss, who'd been signing copies of her book earlier in the day at the Marc Jacobs store in Mayfair, but she was in no mood to let tiredness put her off partying - and neither were the rest of the revellers. Cara Develingne was among those seen leaving the venue somewhat worse for wear in the early hours, whilst a host of British stars also were in raucous spirits, including Noel Gallagher, football player Peter Crouch and girlfriend Abbey Clancy, Florence Welch, Pixie Geldof and her dad Bob, Stella McCartney, Radio One DJ Nick Grimshaw, Christopher Biggins and Jo Wood.
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