Abbey Clancy has share her hilarious struggle to get her daughter Liberty to do home schooling – with the cheeky little one making up excuses to avoid it.
The model, 34, shared a video asking fans for their help and advice for home schooling, explaining: ‘Hey guys, I don’t know how you’re all feeling.
‘Home school begins and I’m currently sitting here waiting for my daughter Liberty to have her maybe eighth wee of the morning.
‘Anything to get out of school work. I just want to know if anyone’s got any tips for me because it’s not going too well in this house. Ahhh!’
Sharing a picture of adorable five-year-old Liberty looking like butter wouldn’t melt, Abbey added: ‘This is what I’m dealing with’
She then shared more clips of Liberty trying to get away with sitting on the couch with a snack rather than doing her work.
Abbey asked her: ‘‘Why won’t you do your schoolwork for mummy?’, to which Liberty replied: ‘Errrm I don’t want to!’
She then shared another clip of Liberty trying to get away from studying, as the little girl claims: ‘I need a wee!’ before giving a very cheeky grin.
As well as Liberty, Abbey also shares nine-year-old Sophia, three-year-old Johnny and one-year-old Jack with husband Peter Crouch.
She later updated her followers once more, adding: ‘Hey guys, so I’ve just managed to sneak a couple of minutes away to reply to all your messages.
‘Liberty is currently doing a PE lesson online which she’s finding fun. Hopefully it’ll wear her out a little bit!
‘So I have been reading through your messages and there’s a lot of great advice, a lot of “open up a bottle of wine” which could be an option very soon but I just think the first thing is not to put too much pressure on ourselves.’
Speaking about the most recent change in the rules around the coronavirus pandemic, in which Boris Johnson announced a national lockdown beginning on Tuesday, Abbey shared advice for other parents who may also be struggling.
She concluded: ‘It’s a really strange time for everyone and kids must be feeling it too, you know, 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.
‘I think we all need to just take a minute – we’re doing ok, we can do this.’
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