Vogue Williams looks sensational while enjoying a gin with Spencer Matthews 10 days after giving birth
Last Wednesday they welcomed their second child together, a girl.
And Vogue Williams looked sensational when she enjoyed a refreshing, alcohol-free G&T in the garden with her husband Spencer Matthews on Saturday.
The Irish star, 34, wowed in a white maxi dress with a tie-dye pattern on it and puff sleeves.
Wetting the baby’s head? Vogue Williams, 34, looked sensational when she enjoyed a G&T with husband Spencer Matthews on Saturday after welcoming their daughter
Despite having just given birth 10 days ago, Vogue looked well-rested and glowing as she smiled at the camera in a chic sun hat.
She adorned with a sweet chain with the letters T and G on it, and kept speculating that her new daughter’s name might start with G.
Vogue completed her ensemble with round white-framed sunglasses and let her blonde locks flow over her shoulder.
The couple seemed in good spirits as they posed with their glasses, and Spencer held up a bottle of ClearGin from his company.
Loving Parents: The pair have yet to reveal their little girl’s name, but told fans she arrived at London’s Chelsea and Westminster hospital last Wednesday
Spencer put on a cheeky screen while angling his own sunglasses and grinning while wearing a neat navy blue polo shirt.
The father of two captioned his post: “A rare moment when both children are asleep! Time for some Clean G & Ts in the sun with my number one @voguewilliams,
‘Wonderful to be able to enjoy the best of both worlds: a refreshing adult drink that tastes like the real thing, without any consequences. Make me a double! ‘
Vogue and Spencer have not yet announced their daughter’s name, which they welcomed into the world last Wednesday at London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Adult Time: Spencer revealed that he and Vogue made the most of a quiet time while their kids napped to enjoy a drop of CleanGin from his company
Mommy and Baby: Vogue rocked her summer maxi dress while carrying her daughter on her stomach
The couple’s little girl is their second child, and their son Theodore – who turns two in September – becomes a big brother.
Vogue confirmed the happy news last Thursday through her Instagram page and posted a sweet photo of her and Spencer.
She captioned the recording: “Last night we became a family of four. Our beautiful daughter entered the world safely and happily. ‘
Spencer shared a post from Vogue’s hospital wristband, alongside a long text: ‘Wow, we officially have CHILDREN !! So much has happened in the past three years …
Touching: Spencer shared a post from Vogue’s hospital bracelet after welcoming their new arrival, saying he is ‘lucky every day’ to be married to her
“Really positive change, a son and now a daughter. I can’t be more grateful to my incredible wife @voguewilliams for everything you do for our family, especially the laborious pregnancies we men will never fully understand ….
“Thank you for showing me the light through my relationship with alcohol, which fills me with so much drive and purpose would never have existed without you …
“I’ve always dreamed of being a great dad and thanks to you it is now achievable. Feel happy every day to be married to you. ‘
Vogue and Spencer have announced they are expecting their second child in HELLO! magazine in March, admitted there had been a few bumps on the road this time.
Special: The presenter has also speculated about the name of her daughter, because she wore a gold chain with the initials G and T, which would represent her son Theodore
Vogue revealed that she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) – a condition that affects a woman’s ovaries.
Irish beauty told the publication, “We are delighted. It is so exciting, but quite scary to think that we will have a newborn again. There is no doubt that I am lucky enough to have another baby. ‘
The TV presenter revealed that the couple since last summer and decided to ‘keep it in wraps longer’ because pregnancy ‘was not as simple as the previous one’.
Vogue said, “This time it was definitely a different path for us, so it’s really nice to be here and talk about it now. I wouldn’t say alarm bells went off, but we were wondering how we could make it work more efficiently. ‘
PCOS is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work, with symptoms such as excessive androgen, polycystic ovaries, and irregular periods – making it difficult to conceive due to irregular / failed ovulation.
Fortunately, the couple are also parents to their son Theodore, who turns two in September