Abbey Clancy lost her cool on the first official day of rhe third national lockdown as all her homeschooling nightmares came true.
The 34-year-old model, who is married to former England footballer Peter Crouch, was pushed to her limits by her five-year-old daughter Liberty, as she refused to do any of the school work.
After asking Liberty to do some of the work, her little one announced that she needed the loo again which led to a frustrated Abbey letting out a scream that stopped daughter in her tracks as she looked shocked at her mum’s response.
Abbey joked on social media that she would need to “open the wine” as her daughter headed to the bathroom for the “eighth time”,
The model spoke into the camera to explain her situation as the joys of homeschooling hit home early.
She said: “I’m currently sitting here waiting for my daughter, Liberty, to have her maybe eighth wee of the morning.
“Anything to get out of schoolwork. Just want to know if anyone’s got any tips for me because it’s not going too well in this house.”
In the following video that she shared on social media, Liberty is seen walking to the sofa with a snack in hand.
Abbey challenged her daughter as to where she was going asking firmly: “You’re not sitting on the coach. You know it’s a school day. Why won’t you do your work for mummy?”
Liberty answered: “I don’t want to.”
Abbey responded: “I know but you have to.”
Liberty then hit the killer blow by declaring that she wanted to go to the toilet again.
Abbey then screams out in frustration as she finds the joy of homeschooling wearing thin.
Sometime later, Abbey returned to social media to say that she was moments away from opening the wine as she had a moment of peace.
She said: “I’ve just managed to sneak a couple of minutes away to reply to your messages. Liberty is currently doing a PE lesson, which she’s finding fun.
“Just reading through your messages and a lot of advice including open a bottle of wine!”
Abbey continued: “I think the first thing is not to put too much pressure on ourselves, it’s a really strange time for everyone.
“The kids must be feeling it too not being in the classroom with their friends and having to learn at home when they’re not used to doing that must be tough on them.
“We just need to take a minute, we’re doing OK, we can do this.”
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