EXCLUSIVE: 'There's nothing worse than divorce' Spencer Matthews mocks wife Vogue Williams for being on her second marriage as he insists she's 'struck gold' by being with him
Spencer Matthews has mocked wife Vogue Williams for being on her second marriage, insisting: 'There's nothing worse than divorce.'
The former Made In Chelsea star, 31, said couples 'shouldn't bother' walking down the aisle unless it's 'truly deeply obvious it's the best thing.'
In a joint interview Vogue, 34, who was previously married to Brian McFadden, fought back, saying: 'It's different for different people. Having a wedding is just kind of locking it in and signing a contract.'
Happy couple: Spencer Matthews has mocked wife Vogue Williams for being on her second marriage, insisting: 'There's nothing worse than divorce' (taken this month)
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Speaking to MailOnline, Spencer said: 'I actually never gave marrying someone any thought prior to meeting Vogue.
'I’m not offering any advice because I suspect my advice is not welcome but I certainly wouldn’t bother getting married unless it's truly deeply obvious it's the best thing.
'I’m actually trying to think of how I could make Vogue’s life any better. Let’s be honest, she’s struck gold.'
Vogue added: 'It's different for different people. Our marriage is not as important to me as our relationship. Our relationship isn't just bound by being married. Having a wedding is just kind of locking it in and signing a contract.'
Together forever: But Vogue believes her relationship with Spencer 'isn't bound by being married' and 'having a wedding is just signing a contract' (taken this month)
Former lovers: Vogue was married to Westlife singer Brian McFadden for three years before splitting in 2015 (taken in 2015)
Keen to reiterate his point, Spencer said: 'There's nothing worse than divorce in my opinion. Bad luck, darling' while Vogue quipped: 'He's my favourite roommate so far.'
The couple celebrated their vows last month with a glitzy wedding party which will be the culmination of their new reality series Vogue, Spencer and Wedding Two.
But before meeting Vogue on Channel 4 show The Jump, Spencer was known for his reputation as a ladies' man after dating a long list of his co-stars, including Caggie Dunlop, Louise Thompson, Stephanie Pratt and Lauren Hutton.
Vogue insists she wasn't put off by his womanising ways, saying: 'I didn’t bother me.
'When you meet him you'll instantly be charmed and he's just really good fun to be around so as soon as I met him I knew we were going to be pals forever but I didn't know we would get into a relationship.'
Spencer joked: 'And as soon as I met Vogue I was just eyeing up that Irish coastline thinking “How can I land myself some property?”
Speaking about his time playing the field, he added: 'I had fun while it lasted. I don't think I did anything a teenage boy doesn’t dream of doing.
Summer glow: The model, who runs fake tan business Bare by Vogue, insists she wasn't put off by Spencer's reputation as a ladies' man prior to dating him (taken this summer)
Good times: The couple, who share 13-month-old son Theodore, married in 2018 in a secret loch-side ceremony at Spencer's family's Glenn Affric Estate in Scotland (taken this summer)
'But you straighten up and you spend the rest of your life trying to delight another person. I wake up and I say to myself “How can I delight Vogue?” and usually I succeed pretty quickly.'
Spencer, who's a dad to the couple's 13-month-old baby Theodore, announced his TV career will be taking a backseat for the foreseeable future as he concentrates on a new business venture.
But Vogue says he would return to the small screen in a heartbeat to have the chance to present alongside Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan.
She said: 'If he had the chance to do anything with him he'd go back to TV.'
Spencer added: 'I absolutely love Piers Morgan and there’s absolutely no point in watching Good Morning Britain if he’s not on it. He’s usually right as well. If I could sit next to Piers and deliberate on issues that would be very fun.'
The Three Musketeers: Spencer says his career in TV is taking a backseat unless he can land a slot on Good Morning Britain alongside host Piers Morgan (pictured on Theodore's first birthday in September)