Vogue Williams went for a very bold look in a pink fur coat and leather trousers
You've got to admire Vogue Williams' bravery when it comes to fashion.
Experimentation is only natural when your job requires you to be photographed every day and the popular tv presenter has no qualms about changing up her look at every opportunity. The 32-year-old was pictured leaving a tv studio in London on Thursday, wrapped up in bold style, wrapping up for the cold in a magenta fur coat by H&M, with wet look leggings and a vintage Keepall Louis Vuitton travel day bag.
It's been a busy week of promotion for the RTE star, who is plugging her new book entitled Everything, part lifestyle guide, part memoirs. Later in the evening, she opted for a boho leopard print dress for another event with Pandora.
Earlier this week, she made an appearance on ITV's Loose Women alongside her boyfriend Spencer Matthews amid a week of their public declarations of love, including him surprising on air with a Vespa for her 32nd birthday and later telling Star magazine she is 'the one' after eight months together.
These days, her near-every move is documented evenly by her social media accounts or the paparazzi, regularly sharing loved-up posts with her other half. But there's one topic off limits - the fact that her boyfriend's sister-in-law is Pippa Middleton after Spencer's big brother James wed the royal-by-association in a lavish ceremony in May of this year.
"They’re quite private and they don’t want to be the topic of conversation, so I steer clear of it. I don’t say anything about it at all," she said, when asked about her thoughts on the couple (Vogue was notably absent from the ceremony as Pippa had reportedly enforced a 'no ring, no bring' rule).
"I’m obsessed with his family. His dad [David, a self-made millionaire] has a great work ethic, and I’d happily remain friends with his mum, Jane, even if I never saw Spencer again. I’m totally keeping his parents."
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