The financial situation of Abby Clancy and her husband Peter Crouch were severely affected by the corona virus lockdown.
The couple, who have been married for nine years, lost profitable job deals during the epidemic, which brought the country to a complete standstill.
Abby (34) and Peter (39) told the accountants that their modeling and radio footage came out of the window during the locking.
Since then, supermodel Abby has filed accounts at her firm, Abigail, from Marie Clancy Ltd and her husband Pete from books at Baseforce Ltd., showing the couple’s balance sheets that their income will fall by 2021. The sun.
“Since the outbreak of Kovid-19 in March 2020, all businesses and shops that were not necessary were closed,” read a note about their books.
“Locked down after the balance sheet date affected the company’s operations, resulting in a sharp drop in revenue.”
Despite the financial downturn, the couple’s businesses have performed well, with more than $ 2.5 million in accounts, and their joint property business is still going strong.
Their property portfolio has greatly helped them increase their profits.
Former footballer Peter was also able to create his own show, Save Our Were Summer, during the epidemic.
Former Radio 1 presenter Maya Jama presented the BBC One hit, and the pair teamed up with several celebrities each week in an effort to stay in the country during LockDown.
Mirror Online contacted representatives of Peter and Abby for comment.
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