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Abbey Clancy on seeking help after suffering health scare 'It's a horrible thing to have'

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Abbey Clancy seems to have it all with her happy marriage and family, successful podcast, and lucrative brand and modelling deals.

But the star has opened up about her ongoing battle with anxiety, revealing everything she does to try and keep it in check and stop herself from "catastrophising everything".

Launching her solo podcast project, Exhibit A, Liverpool-born Abbey, who is married to footballer Peter Crouch, revealed her habit of always thinking the worst "scares her", so she sought help earlier this year to manage the anxiety.

Recalling one particular episode, Abbey revealed she visited her GP after googling her symptoms from wearing a pair of too-tight jeans, and suspecting she had something like Multiple Sclerosis.

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