Peter Crouch has revealed he once got so absorbed playing Call Of Duty he left his wife Abbey Clancy locked out of their home for 90 minutes.
The former professional footballer, 40, spoke about the incident on his That Peter Crouch Podcast on Wednesday, and said he was in his 35-year-old wife’s bad books after he didn’t hear her ringing the bell while he played the game.
According to The Mirror, he said: ‘I was at home and Ab was ringing the bell as she didn’t have her keys.
Oops: Peter Crouch has revealed he once got so absorbed playing Call Of Duty he left his wife Abbey Clancy locked out of their home for 90 minutes (pictured in 2018)
‘I had a pair of headphones on. I was in a blacked-out game room and had no idea she was ringing the bell.’
Peter added that because of the mishap, Abbey was ‘not happy’ with him, before he joked there should be a ‘dad mode’ for games like Call Of Duty.
Sharing his struggles, Peter said he found it hard ‘trying to get your gun out for ages, and then you do that thing when you zoom in for no reason and then throw a grenade for no reason.’
Earlier this week, Abbey revealed to MailOnline that she has undergone a £380 skin tightening treatment on her washboard abs after claiming having four children ‘overstretched’ her stomach.
Not happy: Peter spoke about the incident on his That Peter Crouch Podcast and said he ‘had a pair of headphones on’ so didn’t realise Abbey was locked out, but was in her ‘bad books’ after
Didn’t realise: Reflecting on the incident Peter explained,’I was in a blacked-out game room and had no idea she was ringing the bell’ (pictured with Abbey in 2017)
She said she ‘really needed’ the bespoke procedure because it’s ‘something the gym can’t do’ and while she doesn’t have ‘a lot of fat there’ she still needs ‘help’ tackling the problem.
On Tuesday, Abbey, who shares Sophia, 10, Liberty, five, Johnny, four, and Jack, one, with Peter, was filmed having the celebrity treatment at a London clinic.
Abbey said while having the beauty treatment: ‘See, this is what I think I really need because you know I don’t feel like there’s a lot of fat there but having had four kids the skin is so overstretched, I just need a bit of help, something the gym can’t do.’
The clip was shared to the Instagram profile of celebrity skincare expert Shane Cooper, who explained the science behind Abbey’s procedure.
‘I just need a bit of help’: Earlier this week, Abbey told MailOnline she had undergone a £380 skin tightening treatment on her abs after saying having four children ‘overstretched’ her stomach (pictured August 2020)
‘Something the gym can’t do’: Abbey said she ‘really needed’ the bespoke procedure because while she doesn’t have ‘a lot of fat there’ she still needs ‘help’ tackling the problem
He said: ‘We’re doing tripollar radio frequency for the skin tightening, so it helps with produce collagen production and help with the skin elastin. This is absolutely perfect for the skin elastin, we treat so many clients postpartum.’
The video prompted interest from BAFTAs host Edith Bowman, 47, who commented: ‘This is what I’m talking about. Book me in ASAP.’
In order to maintain her model physique, Abbey regularly visits Shane, who’s previously treated the star’s face, neck and body.
And she’s not alone as a string of celebrities have visited Shane since beauty salons reopened on Monday, with TV presenter Maya Jama, 26, stopping by for a ‘collagen boasting and skin contouring’ facial this week.
Gorgeous: Abbey looked stunning in a glitzy thigh high gown at the 2019 Brit Awards while pregnant with fourth baby Jack
Former Strictly winner Abbey gave birth to youngest son Jack in June 2019 and said months after welcoming her fourth baby that ‘genes’ played a huge part in her ability to ‘bounce back’ from pregnancy.
She explained: ‘Everyone in my family is slim and tall. My mother bounced back after kids, so I think my genes are a huge part of it.
‘I generally eat what I want to in moderation. I don’t really struggle with my weight too much, so I don’t have to be focused on what not to eat.
‘But I like to eat well because it gives me energy and I feel less tired – and it’s good for your skin and hair.’
Family: Abbey, pictured on Mother’s Day with children Sophia, 10, Liberty, five, Johnny, four, and Jack, one, claimed her stomach lost shape after having her brood