Friday 23 February 2018

Here's why you won't be seeing Vogue Williams and boyfriend Spencer Matthews on a reality TV show

Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams. PIC: Vogue Williams Instagram
Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams. PIC: Vogue Williams Instagram

Sean O'Grady

Vogue Williams has revealed that she and boyfriend Spencer Matthews would love to work together some day — as long as it’s not on a reality TV show.

The Howth woman and the British TV star have been dating since they met on the set of Channel 4’s The Jump late last year.

Vogue (31), who presents documentaries for RTE, reckons the couple could become the next Richard and Judy, but she would never want them to have cameras following them 24/7.

“I’d love to do something like that with him because we are both away from each other so much that it would be nice,” she said.

“I don’t think we would like to have a camera in our house that would follow our every move or anything like that.”

Vogue and Spencer both became famous thanks to reality TV, with Spencer (27) cementing his reputation as a bad boy on E4 series Made In Chelsea and Vogue making a name for herself on RTE’s short-lived series Fade Street.

The couple have had to spend much of the summer apart while Vogue travels around Europe, and they have frequently pined for each other on social media while separated.

One more week and he'll be back ❤️

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Model Vogue is currently filming the upcoming series of Getaways with Tommy Bowe and Mairead Ronan.

While Vogue loves the work she does, she admitted the constant travel can be tough.

“It can get a little bit annoying after a while because I’ll see Spencer for a day and then I’ll have to go again,” she said.

“I’m in and out all the time. But sometimes he comes and meets me at things – he’s good like that. If he didn’t, we wouldn’t see each other all summer.

“I’m away so much so it gives me less time to do everything and meet people and all those sorts of things.”

Vogue was most recently in Dublin to host the L’Oreal Pro Colour Trophy awards at UCD and has since travelled back to London where she was spotted attending the tennis championships at Wimbledon with a friend.

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Vogue Williams hosts L'Oreal Colour Trophy Grand Final 2017

She had been planning to start her own series of fitness bootcamps, but has been forced to put the plan on the back-burner due to the knee injury she sustained on The Jump.

“I would love a business like that, but then my knee got in the way and I just don’t have a minute to do it at the moment,” she said.

“If I was to do it, I wouldn’t want to do just one and then never do it again.

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Vogue Williams attends day six of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 8, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

“I do have a partner that wants to do it with me but my diary is full until October.”

Vogue is now focusing on her debut lifestyle book called Everything, which will come out later this year.

“I’m really excited for that. It was over a year in the making and it wasn’t an easy feat,” she said.

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