'Worst customer service ever' - Vogue Williams' shock at being called a 'f**king model' at Dublin store
Published 18/07/2016 | 15:59
Vogue Williams has told of her shock after being referred to as a “f***ing model” in a Dublin store on Monday.
The TV presenter described it as the “worst customer service ever” after her friend over-heard the insult as she walked out the door.
“That was in a shop. Somebody called me a f***ing model as I walked out the door but I didn’t hear it, my friend heard it. I didn’t hear him say it but I know him. And I’ll see him again,” she told Independent.ie.
The stunning model has been home for the past week as she caught up with family and friends at her Dublin base, flying back to London this evening.
Just had the worst customer service EVER. Being called a f**king model as I walked out the door, good job lads!— Vogue Williams (@VogueWilliams) July 18, 2016
Her final gig before she jetted off was to help launch new venue The Stone Leaf on Upper Leeson Street, the former home of Buck’s Townhouse.
And the Howth native revealed how she’s already written 25,000 words for her first book, which is due to hit the shelves this Autumn.
Described as a lifestyle book, chronicling her journey to fitness and good health, it will also contain lots of tasty recipes and top tips on how she stays looking so well.
“I’m currently on 25,000 words and I need to write 40,000. It’s just about getting the time to do it, because I have so little time,” she said.
“The book is a lifestyle book, so it’s got recipes, fashion and beauty tips, and all other tips and stuff that I’ve learnt over the years.
“I’m really into getting people to eat in a good way, so there are loads of eating tips.
“I hate when people are on diets, there’s no point and it’s not consistent. It’s not a way to live your life and as soon as you stop the diet you’ll pile it all back on.”
And while she’ll be touching on some aspects of her personal life, she said there’s “no way” she would write a big tell-all autobiography.
She also said she would not be “going into depth” about her marriage to Westlife star Brian McFadden.
“I’ll put some [personal] stuff in there, but not go into depth about anything,” she said.
“I’ll talk about my childhood, because there are things out there that just are not true. Silly points, but things I want to write about in my life.
“It’ll be from then to now, but it’s not an autobiography.”