Vogue Williams wants to co-host show with reality TV star boyfriend Spencer Matthews
Vogue Williams has revealed that hosting a TV show together is “on the cards” for her and boyfriend Spencer Matthews.
The presenter said she would love to work alongside the Made In Chelsea star as their hectic schedules mean they currently have to spend a lot of time apart.
Hosting their own series would be a return to form for the couple, who met on the set of Channel 4 reality series The Jump.
“I’d love to do something with him because that would mean we would actually have a solid block of time together,” said Vogue.
“That would be something that’s on the cards for us, definitely in the future, to do presenting together or a quiz show together or something like that.”
The Howth woman (32) and the Made In Chelsea star (28) hit it off quickly after they first met and have recently moved into a new pad in London.
They spent their first night in their new home over the weekend after Spencer
returned from a trip to Greece.
Vogue admitted she’s not worried they could start annoying each other by living in such close quarters, saying she feels like they already live together anyway.
“We’ve basically been in each other’s pockets since January. I just can’t wait to not be packing bags the whole time,” she said.
“I was always staying with him or he was always staying with me so it was like we lived together anyway, so I’m definitely not worried about that. He doesn’t annoy me anyway.”
Vogue had accompanied her boyfriend on some of his Mediterranean trip, but returned home early to finish filming on her new documentary series.
Spencer has never shied away from voicing his affection for Vogue, and said “life makes sense” now that they are together.
Since finding more fame in Britain, Vogue has become the target of paparazzi and has been snapped in her bikini on the beach more than once.
But the model insisted she doesn’t let it bother her and sees it as a side-effect of her career.
“It goes with the territory, but if you’re not out there seeking it, you’re just having a chilled-out moment – you don’t want people to do that but it goes with it,” she said.
Vogue’s new documentary series will cover topics including anxiety, having children without a partner and so-called sugar dating.
The former Fade Street star has promised “jaw-dropping” moments in the new episodes.
“I’m quite proud of these ones because I think they’re issues that really affect my generation so it will be interesting to see what people think.”