Abbey Clancy sets out demands to This Morning bosses amid scramble to replace Holly Willoughby | The Sun

ABBEY Clancy has given ITV bosses a glimmer of hope that she WILL join This Morning next year.

The model had ruled out replacing Holly Willoughby full-time after being named in a list of top stars in the running.

But The Sun can now reveal Abbey, 37, is believed to be considering a guest spot on the show, presenting alongside her husband Peter Crouch.

The couple have enjoyed massive success from their podcast The Therapy Crouch, in which the pair playfully discuss their marriage – from sex chat to arguments.

Abbey's new ITVBe show Abbey Clancy: Celebrity Homes, in which she snoops around pads owned by the rich and famous, launched last month.

The couple also have a new book out based on their hugely popular podcast. 



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Abbey previously told The Sun she is "content for once in her life", but has since confessed she's keen to find a way of making This Morning work.

“For Abbey, her children are always her priority and with so much on her plate at the moment work wise, a commitment like This Morning would naturally be a huge undertaking," our insider said.

“A guest spot would be an ideal option, and given her and Peter are the ultimate double act on their podcast, The Therapy Crouch, they might be the perfect match while the search continues for a more permanent solution." 

Holly quit This Morning last month after a hellish year – from her co-host Phillip Schofield's affair scandal and an alleged foiled kidnap plot against her.

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Now the daytime show is to undergo a “complete revamp” in the new year with two new hosts and a redesigned set.

A This Morning source said: "Now Holly has gone, there's a real need to find someone whose fun personality shines and Abbey is the perfect fit.

"Bosses would love the glamorous model to join the show in any way possible – and to score her husband Peter too would be unbelievable."

Meanwhile, Peter is also busy presenting That Peter Crouch Podcast – and was supported by Abbey at Wembley's sold-out OVO Arena on Saturday night as she joined him on stage for Crouchfest 3.

Singer Tom Grennan performed in front of a 12,000 strong audience, with guest appearances from Jermaine Defoe and David James. 

Speaking about Crouchfest ahead of the gig, Abbey said: "I'm so proud him. It's quite unheard of to sell out Wembley Arena and he achieved that with just his name holding it up.

"No acts were announced. No one's got a clue what's going to go on. So it's all riding on Peter."

The mum-of-four recently appeared in a hilarious TV advert for Paddy Power Games alongside her hubby and ex EastEnders star Shaun Williamson, famed for playing the role of Barry.  

Speaking in the aftermath of the ad hitting TV screens Abbey said: “I’m feeling very, very blessed right now. I'm so happy with what we're doing at the moment, and it's taken up most of our time.

"I do get the mum guilt. I've got four kids so trying to create that work home balance feels impossible at times but it's at the forefront of everything I do.

"I want to be with my kids and I and I want to work.

"So, I think it's just going be more of the same, more podcasts. But I’m content for once in my life!”

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The advert's narrative is based around Abbey considering her life without ex-Liverpool ace Peter, as she is captured on camera snuggling up with a new man.

Luckily for the 6'7 former England star, the scenario is fiction-fuelled by Paddy Power Games for their latest 'Life with More Chances' TV ad.

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