Abbey Clancy nervous about Strictly return
Abbey Clancy has admitted that she is "extra nervous" about making her return to 'Strictly Come Dancing' for the Christmas special.
Abbey Clancy is nervous about her 'Strictly Come Dancing' return.
The 29-year-old model - who won the BBC show in 2013 with professional dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec - is set to appear on the Christmas special with Brendan Cole but admitted she isn't entirely confident in her abilities.
Abbey, mother to Sophia, four and six-month-old Liberty with footballer husband Peter Crouch, told The Sun: "It is so stressful for me to get on the dance floor. I can't handle it.
"I just want to be in the rehearsal room dancing. I am really excited. Brendan is different to Aljaz as he has a different style of teaching.
"But he has been really helpful as I am extra nervous for some reason - and he has been good helping me."
Despite her nerves, Abbey admitted that taking to the dance floor will be "a nice break" from looking after her children.
She said: "I jumped at the chance to do the special. I was really upset I couldn't do it last year because I was pregnant.
"It's amazing to be twirled around again and it is a nice break from babies and four-year-olds."