Vogue Williams Feels ‘Sick In The Mouth’ Thinking Of Brian McFadden On New Podcast

Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews launched their new podcast earlier this week.

 

 

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After two successful seasons working together and entertaining audiences with their hit E4 show, Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams have decided to join forces again and this time, they have released their very own podcast.

The show, like Spencer and Vogue themselves is unfiltered and truthful, speaking about the highs and lows of life, what’s happening in their world, their kids, their marriage and answering any questions fans might have.

 

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Speaking of marriage, on the first episode which debuted earlier this week, both Vogue and Spencer spoke about their previous love lives. As Spencer was known for being a notable ladies man on Made In Chelsea, Vogue spoke a little about her previous marriage to Brian McFadden.

Getting married in September 2012, after just over a year of dating, Vogue and Brian McFadden were often in the Irish public eye before they split in 2015, officially divorcing in 2017.

Speaking about how Spencer is always reminded of Brian McFadden when he sees their “marriage certificate in the safe”, Vogue responded by telling Spencer she’s glad she doesn’t go to the safe as often as him because her marriage to Brian makes her feel a “little bit sick”.

“Sometimes I forget it ever happened. Let’s bin that [marriage certificate] one. It makes me feel a little bit sick in my mouth.”

Continuing, Vogue explained how her split to Brian doesn’t make her feel sad or annoyed, the only way she now feels is “embarrassed”.

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And as Spencer and Vogue now share two children together, Theodore (2) and newborn, Gigi, ex Brian McFadden has also moved on, announcing his engagement to girlfriend of three years Danielle Parkinson back in December.

Ending the conversation on their past romances, Vogue made a final poke at Spencer’s playboy past, with him adding that relationships to him were only “fun” when he was a kid.

“I never cared about my relationships as a kid.

“If it didn’t fit I’d change the shoe. A lot of my break-ups came about and I just thought, ‘Cool, cheers for your time.’ Before you, there was not one person I actually wanted to marry, not even close.”

You can listen to the pair’s show here.

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