The celebrity couple have apparently splashed out on two flats in a former print works in London’s Stockwell area as well as another pair on a converted church.
According to the Sun, Abbey, 35, and Peter, 39, will rake in around £8,000-a-month in total from their four new luxury properties.
New venture: Abbey Clancy and her husband Peter Crouch have reportedly splashed out £2million on a selection of new properties in London as they expand their property empire
The property purchased by the duo was originally the country’s biggest printer of labels for household goods, before being bought by a catalogue firm.
Also included in their property portfolio is two flats in an old church in Highgate.
The publication reports that they have set up Coolabbey Ltd and Billco Ltd in relation to their growing collection of properties.
MailOnline have contacted representatives for comment.
In the money! The celebrity couple have apparently splashed out on two flats in a former print works in London’s Stockwell area as well as another pair on a converted church (Peter pictured with their four children)
Their latest venture will no doubt boost their bank accounts in the long-run, after they suffered a financial loss during the coronavirus lockdown, according to their filed accounts.
Their finances were hit hard by the pandemic as they lost out on lucrative work deals when the nation came to a halt.
Abbey and her other half Peter, who share children Sophia, Liberty, Johnny and Jack, reportedly told their accountant that they weren’t offered their usual commitments due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Hit hard: The couple suffered a financial loss during the coronavirus lockdown, according to their filed accounts
The mother-of-four recently filed her books for her company Abigail Marie Clancy Ltd, while Peter has also settled his account for his firm Baseforce Ltd.
According to the Sun, the reports show that the couple’s income will also be down next year due to the ongoing outbreak.
A note on the account, read: ‘Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 in March 2020, all non-essential businesses and shops were closed.’
‘The associated ‘lockdown’ has had an effect on the company’s operations after the balance sheet date resulting in a sharp down in its revenues.’
Although the couple were seemingly affected by lockdown, it appears they aren’t too down on their luck, as the reports revealed they have a combined £2.5million in their accounts.
In the same boat: The celebrity couple’s finances were hit hard by the pandemic as they lost out on lucrative work deals when the nation came to a halt
Family: Peter and abbey share sons Johnny, two, and Jack, 15 months, and daughters Sophia, nine, and Liberty, five
It was also suggested by a source that their joint property venture is still going from strength to strength.
The insider said: ‘Buying swanky houses is popular among high-worth individuals who want to put their money into ventures which are a safe bet when it comes to securing a big return. It is a case of the more you invest, the more you get back. Especially in London’.
During lockdown Abbey released her latest collection with clothing brand Lipsy and Peter fronted Saturday night show Save Our Summer, alongside Maya Jama.
MailOnline has contacted Peter and Abbey’s representatives for comment.
In further bad news for the couple, Peter revealed at the time that their £3million home was hit by a flood during lockdown, causing around £80k worth of damage to his son Johnny’s bedroom.
The former professional footballer made an appearance on Rob Beckett and Josh Widdcombe’s Parenting Lockdown Hell podcast, where he also admitted wife Abbey doesn’t trust him alone with all four of their children.
Of the damage the flood did to their home, Peter explained: ‘We had a flood during lockdown and it took out one of the bedrooms. It’s an official flood. We had the flood and one of the bedrooms is out of action.
Unexpected: Peter revealed last week that a flood has caused £80k damage to his £3m home during lockdown