Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch are doting parents to Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two and Jack, 15 months.
And the family were seen enjoying a relaxing outing together as they headed to lunch in Primrose Hill, London, during the children’s half-term break on Friday.
The model, 34, doted on her little ones as she pushed Johnny and Jack in a pram while Sophia walked beside her and her husband, 39, during their outing, with Liberty standing out of frame.
Family day out: Abbey Clancy put on a stylish display in a chic white coat as she stepped out with husband Peter Crouch and their children Sophia, Johnny and Jack for a stroll in London
Abbey put on a stylish display for the outing as she stepped out in a chic white winter coat that she paired with a black turtleneck top.
She completed her look by wearing a pair of light-wash denim jeans and comfy black boots, while she shielded her eyes with a pair of shades.
The model styled her blonde locks into a sleek, straight style, and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion.
Peter, meanwhile, looked dapper in a black pea coat that he wore over a light blue shirt and dark denim jeans.
Fashionista: Abbey completed her look by wearing a black turtleneck top, a pair of light-wash denim jeans, and comfy black boots, while she shielded her eyes with a pair of shades
The outing comes after Peter opened up about his dad duties in an interview with Rob Beckett and Josh Widdcombe’s Parenting Lockdown Hell earlier this month, as he admitted that his wife doesn’t trust him alone with their brood.
Speaking candidly about life in the Crouch-Clancy household, he said: ‘We’ve got some help, her mum is very good and we’ve got some family who can help us because I don’t think Abs would trust me fully on my own with all four’.
Abbey could be heard speaking in the background, as he added: ‘She’s looking at me now, oh yea did you hear that? She’s shouted over the top of me “what about that time you lost him at the farm?”
Family: The outing comes after Peter opened up about his dad duties in an interview, and he admitted that his wife doesn’t trust him alone with their brood after losing son Jack
He said of the incident with son Jack: ‘We’re all in the farm and we’re with the toddlers, and you can’t get out of this little bit we’re in unless an adult presses the button, which is high enough for an adult to press.
‘Anyway a teenager, I thought he was fine playing where he is and teenagers obviously pressed the button and he’s gone out, now he’s out by the sheep now I’m sort of in the play bit.
‘It’s all covered and she’s gone “where’s Jack?” and I’ve gone, “he’s just… out by the sheep by the looks of it!” So there was a panic, but all good he didn’t go too far.’
Accident: Peter detailed how he once lost son Jack at a farm after teenagers opened the door to the play pen and his little one wandered off to the sheep nearby