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Spencer Matthews declares love for Vogue Williams and describes her as 'The One'

Irish Mirror logoIrish Mirror 05/10/2017 Sharon McGowan

Credits: Handout © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Handout SPENCER Matthews has declared his love for Vogue Williams and described her as “The One”.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 28, admitted marriage is an option and said he is “punching” above his weight with the Dublin model.

He told Star magazine: “I would say she’s absolutely The One. I can’t see it any other way.

“[Marriage] is a possibility I wouldn’t rule out. You’ve caught me at a really loved-up moment. Vogue’s going to be mortified.

“The best thing people say to me about Vogue is I’m punching and I just think, ‘Well, yes I am’.”

The couple have been dating for eight months after they meeting on Channel 4 reality series The Jump earlier this year.

Since then, they have bought a home together in south west London.

This week, Spencer surprised Vogue on air as she appeared on Loose Women, presenting her with a Vespa scooter for her 32nd birthday.

While he said there could be wedding bells in the future, his partner revealed in her new book, Everything, she isn’t sure if she wants to get married again.

The former Fade Street star tied the knot with singer Brian McFadden in 2012 after a whirlwind romance. The couple announced their separation three years later.

Credits: internet unknown © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: internet unknown Vogue wrote: “I’m not 100% sure I want to get married again.

“It used to be important to me but it doesn’t mean the same thing it used to. But if you’d asked me eight months ago, it would have been an absolute ‘No’. I am softening to the idea as time goes on.”

Vogue, who recently had her fertility tested as part of her RTE documentary series, also opened up about starting a family with the Londoner.

She said: “We haven’t discussed having children together, we’re only seven months in. But it’s important to know what somebody wants, even if it’s not going to happen right now. I don’t think I’d be with somebody if they didn’t want to have children.”


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