Spencer Matthews says wife Vogue Williams is the first relationship he has 'taken seriously' and brands pal Jamie Laing 'too old' for 'childish' Made in Chelsea
Spencer Matthews admits his relationship with wife Vogue Williams is the first he has 'taken seriously' in his life.
The reality star, 31, and his TV presenter wife, 34, appeared on The Independent's dating and relationships podcast Millennial Love ahead of the launch of the second series of their family reality show, this time titled Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two.
As well as giving an insight into their relationship, Spencer branded his best friend Jamie Laing, 30, 'too old' to still be appearing in 'childish' Made in Chelsea.
Candid: Spencer Matthews reveals wife Vogue Williams is the first woman he was serious about as they appeared on The Independent‘s dating and relationships podcast Millennial Love
In the podcast, host Olivia asked them to share something that they've learnt from their past dating and relationship experiences.
And Spencer admitted that he's never taken any relationship seriously or even thought about tying the knot before meeting Vogue.
He said: 'It’s hard for me to say really, I’ve never taken any relationship seriously apart from this one. I’d never given any thought to getting married, ever, apart from Vogue.
'And I don’t want to put my exes all together but I was always just young and having fun with them and living our… I was going to say best life – low.'
Truthful: The couple also claimed that his pal Jamie Laing was 'too old' to star in 'childish' Made in Chelsea and tried to recruit him for their show Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two
Spencer, who's former flings include Made in Chelsea beauties Louise Thompson, Stephanie Pratt and Lucy Watson, added: 'But I was always just having fun and out and about and working, doing whatever.
'But when I met Vogue is when something went off in my mind and I became a far more serious person. She makes me a much better version of myself.'
He then dished out his own love advice, stating: 'Don’t take relationships seriously unless you’re willing to be serious.'
While Vogue revealed just what made Spencer different to the other guys she had dated.
Loved up: Spencer admitted that he's never taken any relationship seriously or even thought about tying the knot before meeting Vogue
Look on the bright side like Vogue in a yellow midi by Sundress
Although summer is a distant memory for many of us, this sunshine yellow dress has got us feeling warm inside.
Vogue Williams showed us how it's done when she wore this bright yellow dress to an event at the Devlin Hotel in Dublin. It's by the rather appropriately named brand Sundress and we love the oversized fit and embellished detailing.
The daringly deep plunge neckline is balanced out by the long sleeves and midi length, and whilst it looks super glamorous with metallic heels, it would work just as well with trainers too.
Vogue got hers from SOC Fashion, where it has now sold out, but you can purchase it over at Shopbop (click right).
Or check out the not so mellow yellow alternatives in our edit below instead. From One Nation Clothing to Asos Edition, we've got all budgets covered!
So in love: 'I’ve never taken any relationship seriously apart from this one. I’d never given any thought to getting married, ever, apart from Vogue'
She said: 'I found it that I had a pattern that I was going for and I found out what that pattern was and I just cut it off and I stopped going for guys in that pattern and then I was delighted with myself being single. And then I met Spencer who was completely different to all those other guys.
'He had his stuff together and he didn’t need me to help with anyone and I didn’t need to put myself second, he’s really supportive. It was just very different and easy.'
Meanwhile, after claiming that Made in Chelsea is 'childish' and full of too much drama the duo appeared keen to recruit close friend Jamie Laing, while also appearing to suggest he was too old for the E4 show.
Referring to the reality series, Vogue said: 'We don’t have makeups and break ups on our show', while Spencer said: 'I never watched it after series one.
Time to go? , Jamie Laing, being 31 in November, is too old for that show. I have spoken to him about it'
'It became a bit more produced and you had less control over what was happening. It’s a childish show.'
He added: 'If you’re an adult that takes Made In Chelsea seriously, I suggest you take a look at yourself.’
Vogue then shared: ‘Jamie Laing is probably too old for that makeup and break up stuff.’
Confirming his wife's views that Jamie is too mature for the show, Spencer then added: ‘Yeah, Jamie Laing, being 31 in November, is too old for that show. I have spoken to him about it.
‘We had a meeting with one of our producers today to see if he can jump ship onto our show were we to do a third one. He’d be better suited to it.’
While the Irish beauty added: 'It’s easier to be nice on our show as well.’
Vogue and Spencer's words come ahead of the return of their reality show, Spencer and Vogue and Wedding Two, which returns to screens on Monday.
TV comeback: Vogue and Spencer's words come ahead of the return of their reality show, Spencer and Vogue and Wedding Two, which returns to screens on Monday