has been laying down the law at her home with husband – and he’s not happy about it.
The model – who is 38 but has admitted – has been married to football legend Peter, 43, since 2011, so it’s safe to say there’s no time for pleasantries anymore.
And when it comes to their house, Abbey has to keep it in tip-top condition.
Speaking on their joint podcast , Abbey revealed that Peter was getting ‘annoyed’ at her after she went to extreme lengths to keep her new flooring looking pristine.
‘He’s getting kind of annoyed with me because I’m getting a new floor in the house.
‘And I made up this rule now that no one’s allowed to use the front door because I don’t want any mess in the hallway,’ she shared.
‘I want everyone to use the side door so all the s**t can stay there and my house will always look nice.
‘And he was just like, “This is ridiculous”.’
A frustrated Peter exclaimed in response: ‘The front door has become no access!’
Abbey and Peter’s podcast is a real hit and clips regularly go viral on social media.
Nothing is off limits, as the star couple dish out relationship advice while also
Recently, Abbey dished on raising plenty of eyebrows.
Speaking on the pod, she touched upon their romantic night at private members club Estelle Manor in Oxfordshire.
Abbey explained that the hotel was in the perfect location as they were also able to do some designer shopping that weekend.
Mum-of-four Abbey said: ‘[The hotel] is 10 minutes from Bicester village so it was literally my perfect little dirty weekend in a hotel. Dirty night in a hotel.’
‘It was incredible,’ she added cheekily.
Noting how obsessed she was with the hotel’s interiors, Abbey went on: ‘It was the most incredible building, the decor… I was having a heart attack.
‘I was taking pictures of everything. It was just wonderful. The most amazing outdoor pool, lined with big terracotta pots with olive trees.
‘It is like stepping back in time. The style of it… incredible. The food… insane. We had the best meal.’
Peter added: ‘That was an amazing place, I have to say.’