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Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch take a walk in the snow with their four children

Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch take a walk in the snow with their four children as Britain is gripped by an icy blizzard

Parts of England woke up to a blanket of snow on Sunday.

And Abbey Clancy shared adorable pictures of her family out enjoying the wintery weather on Instagram.

The model, 34, posted the adorable snaps of husband Peter Crouch, 39, and their four children Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, three and Jack, 19 months, enjoying the cold.

Snow day: Abbey Clancy, 34, shared adorable pictures of her husband and four children out enjoying the wintery weather on Instagram on Sunday

Her children looked cosy in the wholesome picture, with three wearing woolly hats with pompoms as they posed for the camera.

Husband Peter and daughter Sophia held their arms up in the snap, as they grinned for the camera in the thick snow. 

Abbey also posted a close up of her youngest child Jack wearing his grey hood up which was covered in the icy substance. 

She posted a further shot of son Johnny beaming up at the camera and a picture of her daughters holding hands as they walked across snow-covered ground. 

Adorable: The mother-of-four posted a cute close up of her youngest child Jack (pictured) wearing his grey hood up which was covered in snow

Adorable: The mother-of-four posted a cute close up of her youngest child Jack (pictured) wearing his grey hood up which was covered in snow

The mother-of-four captioned the endearing snaps: ‘Snow day’ with a red love heart emoji.  

Abbey recently pleaded with fans for help as she tried to get daughter to finish her studies, and quickly agreed with the suggestion she should ‘open a bottle of wine.’

She is joining parents across the nation attempting to homeschool their children after Prime Minister Boris Johnson placed England in its third lockdown and ordered all schools and colleges to close.

All smiles: She posted a further shot of son Johnny, three, beaming up at the camera in a red hat as he enjoyed his time in the snow

All smiles: She posted a further shot of son Johnny, three, beaming up at the camera in a red hat as he enjoyed his time in the snow 

Scenic: Abbey posted a picture of daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, five, holding hands as they walked across the picturesque landscape

Scenic: Abbey posted a picture of daughters Sophia, nine and Liberty, five, holding hands as they walked across the picturesque landscape 

Abbey took to Instagram Stories to ask for help from other parents as Liberty refused to do her schoolwork. 

She said: ‘I don’t know how you’re all feeling, home school begins I’m currently sitting here waiting for my daughter to have maybe her eighth wee of the morning to get out of schoolwork. 

‘I just want to know if anyone’s got any tips for me because it’s not going too well in this house.’

Chic: The model (pictured) posted the series of adorable snaps of her family out enjoying the cold weather

Chic: The model (pictured) posted the series of adorable snaps of her family out enjoying the cold weather

It comes after Abbey deleted snaps from her family’s sunny getaway to Dubai after fans claimed they were ‘disappointed’ to see she’d jetted away while London was in Tier 4 of lockdown. 

Abbey gushed over how ‘lucky’ she was to have had a ‘wonderful Christmas‘ as she shared glimpses of the family’s trip and revealed they stayed at a five-star hotel, Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort and Spa, during their Dubai getaway.

MailOnline understands the family flew to the UAE on December 14, before Tier 4 travel rules came into force, and returned to the UK on December 26. 

'It's not going well!' The mother-of-four has offered fans a hilarious insight into her attempts to homeschool her daughter Liberty after England's schools were forced to close

‘It’s not going well!’ The mother-of-four has offered fans a hilarious insight into her attempts to homeschool her daughter Liberty after England’s schools were forced to close

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