Inside Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch's stunning Maldives vow renewal

Inside Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch’s Maldives vow renewal: Bride stuns in a sheer vintage lace gown as they recreate wedding kiss 11 years on in beach ceremony

  • The couple renewed their vows on December 17 on a private island Peter, 41, said he got butterflies when Abbey, 36, walked down the aisle in a vintage lace dress 
  • The ceremony was attended by their four children and family members
  • Last June they celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary 
  • The couple tied the knot at the Stapleford Park hotel in Leicestershire in 2011, two years after announcing their engagement 

Love was in the air for Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch as they shared a passionate kiss after renewing their vows, 11 years on from first tying the knot. 

Not fancying the chilly climes of the UK, the couple jetted off to a private island in the Maldives with their four children and family last month to declare their love for one another.

Pictures from the stunning ceremony show the daring lace dress Abbey, 36, wore which gave Pete ‘butterflies’ when she walked down the aisle. 

Sealed with a kiss: Love was in the air for Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch as they shared a passionate kiss after renewing their vows in the Madlives, 11 years on from first tying the knot

Shunning famous designers, the mother-of-four opted for her friend and dress-maker Silvia to create the show-stopping gown. 

The plunging number was made from vintage lace and was completely sheer – a daring move for Abbey who left little to the imagination with her lingerie visible beneath the dres. 

In one striking wedding shot released by Hello! Magazine, Peter, who went barefoot on the sand, swept his wife off her feet as he kissed her on the lips as the sunset behind them – a nod to a photo taken during their 2011 wedding in Leicester.

True love: The couple gave a nod to this wedding shot from their nuptials in 2011, with Peter sweeping Abbey off her feet on the Maldives beach 

Like her past bouquet, Abbey had white roses but this time added sprays of eucalyptus. 

The couple tied the knot on December 17 at the Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort where villa prices range anywhere between £700 to £5,000 per night. 

‘We started as a young couple together, and now here we are with our four kids walking us down the aisle. I feel like the luckiest person on earth,’ Abbey told the publication.  

Read the full story in Hello! Magazine – out now

‘We were going to renew our vows on our ten-year anniversary, but with lockdown, we couldn’t do it… Pete’s quite romantic at heart; he has definitely earned himself brownie points for the next few years.’

Peter gushed: ‘Abbey looked incredible, and even after 11 years, I still got butterflies when she walked down the aisle, it was a stunning island, but Ab stole the show – I’m a lucky man.’ 

The couple tied the knot at the Stapleford Park hotel in Leicestershire in 2011, two years after announcing their engagement. 

In echoes to their wedding, Abbey and Pete renewed their vows under an arch of white roses before the party tucked into a traditional Maldivian starters, which was followed by a surf-and-turf main course. 

‘Fam’! The couple jetted off to a private island with their four children and family last month  (L-R Maeve, Abbey, Abbey’s brother John, Peter, her sisters Kare and Elle and her partner Scott)

Aw! Also on her Stories, Abbey shared an adorable snap of her husband and their eldest son Johnny, enjoying the swings on the beach

Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and three-year-old Jack were present for the ceremony, with the couple revealing their children ‘loved’ jetting off to the remote island, danced all night and rolled around in the sound. 

Abbey said while it is hard raising four children, she feels so ‘lucky to still be in love after all these years’. 

The Liverpool beauty added: ‘The Maldives is a magical place, so to renew our vows there was perfect. It still feels like a dream.’ 

Trip of a lifetime: The Liverpool beauty said ‘The Maldives is a magical place, so to renew our vows there was perfect. It still feels like a dream’

Trip of a lifetime: The model has been sharing a slew of snaps on Instagram with her followers from the idyllic resort 

Fun in the sun: The couple tied the knot on December 17 at the Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort where villa prices range anywhere between £700 to £5,000 per night and said her kids loved it

Peter and Abbey began dating in 2006, but briefly split during the European cup with the footballer releasing a statement at the time. 

The statement said: ‘Whilst I do not ordinarily comment upon matters relating to my private life, I have read with dismay various recently articles and reports about my “relationship” with Abbey Clancy.

‘In light of this, I wish to make the situation absolutely clear: Abbey and I were in the very early stages of a relationship which, for a number of reasons, I decided a few weeks ago to end, and I accordingly informed Abbey of my decision.’

Happily married: The couple tied the knot at the Stapleford Park hotel in Leicestershire in 2011 (pictured), two years after announcing their engagement

Love story: Abbey said while it is hard raising four children, she feels so ‘lucky to still be in love ‘. The couple are parents to Sophia, 11, Liberty, seven, Johnny, four, and three-year-old Jack

But it wasn’t long before they were back together, with the couple now parents to four children.

Back in June, Abbey celebrated their 11 year wedding anniversary by trying on her wedding dress.

The model easily slipped back into the size 6 Giles Deacon gown, and posed for a snap in it while standing in her dining room and wearing a pair of shades.

The Scouse beauty took to her Instagram Stories, where she uploaded the snap of herself in the sensational dress, adding: ‘It still fits! with the hashtag 11 years married. 

Read the full story in Hello! Magazine – out now.  

Breathtaking: Back in June, Abbey celebrated their 11 year wedding anniversary by trying on her wedding dress

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