"My boobs went. My belly button's a bit saggier. But I've got two beautiful babies, so I'm not that concerned," she said in an interview with Women's Health.
"My mum had four children and each time she had a baby, she was back to normal within weeks. So genetics play a part."
Clancy has two children, four-year-old Sophia and three-month-old Liberty Rose.
Clancy wasn't afraid to confess family life was "tiring", admitting her and Crouch don't get any help.
She explained: "We do alternate night feeds. Pete's amazing.
"I think it's such a short period of time you've got with babies and it goes so quick."
But nothing is stopping the former Strictly contestant from wanting to expand her breed.
When asked if she'd like more kids, she said: "We'd like four. Including a boy.
"I felt so sorry for Pete when we were on holiday because there was a Chelsea Football Academy and Barbie World.
"All the dads were playing football with the little boys and Pete was getting glitter put on his eyes in Barbie World. I was like, 'We need a boy.'"
Sounds wonderful - although someone should tell Pete that girls can play football too...
The full interview appears in the November 2015 issue of Women’s Health, on sale 8 October.