Vogue Williams confessed that he was still “really upset” about her husband Spencer Matthews’ past feminization ways.
Irish model Vogue, 35, said her first impression of her maid-in-Chelsea husband, 32, “not very enjoyable,” after hearing about his pranks on a reality show.
Recently accused of starting out as St Barts and hitting back, Vogue opened up her husband in a new episode of The That’s A First podcast.
In the audio show, Vogue explained: “What was your first thought about my partner? Spenny, poor Spenny. Well, my first thoughts were similar to those of others.
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“He wasn’t the best guy at Made in Chelsea, and because we were doing The Jump together, he thought,’Oh my God, that guy is on the show’. And my first thoughts weren’t very enjoyable, but it changed quickly.”
Vogue went on to say: “After the first session of The Jump, I remember calling one of my co-workers because one of my homosexuals really liked him. And I thought he was actually too wholesome.
“I would like to say that he will be one of our colleagues. So actually after meeting him for the first few hours I thought he would definitely belong to our friendship group.”
She had never seen Spencer on the E4 reality show Made in Chelsea at the time, but admitted to seeing the “strange things” that still make her “upset”.
When asked if she saw his antics on the show, Vogue said, “No, thank you. But I’ve seen things since then, my sister shows me something weird funny and I’m really mad at him.
“I said,’It’s too bad, you’re too bad for her!’ But obviously it’s based on all sorts of truth and when people actually got to know him when we did our own show, they were really shocked by the way he was.
“He’s completely different from the ones he saw at Made In Chelsea.”
And because his best friend Jamie Laing recently shared the shock that Spencer was a man who changed after becoming a serial feminist, he’s not the only one to claim that Spencer’s wife changed his way.
Looking back at Spencer’s reputation in an exclusive chat Confirm! magazine, Jamie said: “He did, but we all had some fame and always turned to each other. It was a great time.
“Imagine traveling and partying with your best colleagues! We grew up together and went on this journey together. It was an amazing experience.
“If you tell Spencer, I’m sure you’ll regret how he behaved in the past, but look at him now!”
Strictly Come Dancing star Jamie added: “Both of us are too far from where we started.
“Spencer is the coolest father and husband you can ever meet. From someone who is completely opposed to him, so far I am so proud of him.
“He and Vogue [Williams] It is the most perfect couple in the world. I love their kids Gigi and Theodore. They are like my children!”
Spencer and Vogue met while appearing together in The Jump in 2017. They tied the knot in June 2018 and now share their two kids, Theodore, a one- and six-month-old Gigi.