'Strictly Come Dancing' Winner Abbey Clancy: 'I Still Don't Feel Like It's Real'

Abbey Clancy may have been crowned the BBC's ballroom champion but she's having trouble believing it.

The model, who won the 11th series of 'Strictly Come Dancing' by beating 'Breakfast' presenter Susanna Reid and 'Corrie' star Natalie Gumede, told Digital Spy: "I still don't feel like it's real. It's insane."

Abbey Clancy and her dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec

Speaking after the final on Saturday night, the 27-year-old added: "I'm just literally gobsmacked and in shock and it hasn't even hit me yet."

Posting on Twitter to her almost 300,000 followers, she said:

And if you were wondering where Abbey would keep the glitterball trophy in the huge house that she shares with her husband, Stoke City footballer Peter Crouch, she revealed it will be "on the mantelpiece so everyone can see it".


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