Former England football striker Peter Crouch's model wife Abbey uses snake poison for youthful skin
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London: Model Abbey Clancy says she has used snake venom to get youthful-looking skin.
The 31-year-old has experimented with a variety of skin care products, including applying serpent saliva on her face, in a bid to get rejuvenated skin, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Clancy, who has daughters Sophia, 6 and 21-month-old, Liberty, with her husband Peter Crouch, told Metro newspaper: "I have used snake venom — it was good. No sheep sperm, though. Sleep and water is best for me and lots of moisturiser. And skinceuticals is expensive but it lasts and you only need a tiny drop."
The stunner admitted that she is open to going under the knife if needed. "I'm not against it (cosmetic surgery) as long as it's done right. You see so many people looking dodgy nowadays, but if it's done subtly and it looks good... why not?"
Although people think that she is old enough to quit the fashion industry, she has no plans to do so, "Everyone's pegged me as this old bag ... 'You're so old now', and I'm, like, 'I'm 31.' I've been lucky with the jobs I've had and I just want more of the same please."
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