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Pregnant Vogue Williams reveals she's on 'sex ban' – and husband Spencer Matthews is not happy


Vogue Williams is on a sex ban while on holiday in the Maldives with her husband Spencer Matthews – and he is not happy about it

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Vogue Williams and Spencer enjoy family holiday in the Maldives

Vogue Williams has revealed she has been put on a sex ban by her doctor – and husband Spencer Matthews is not particularly pleased about it.

The presenter, 36, is currently pregnant with their third child and is due in April.

And she has been put under strict orders to not have sex for two weeks, during their trip to the Maldives, as she says her cervix is “a little bit open”.

Speaking on her podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me with best pal Joanne, they were discussing exercise, when Vogue explained: “I have to put my proper training on the back burner. I went to the doctor the other day – I’m on a sex ban – while I go to the Maldives – I’m lying there with a probe in me.







Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews are expecting a third child
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She is on a sex ban while in the Maldives

“And the doctor says, ‘You can’t have sex for two weeks until you get back, so I can keep an eye on it’.

“And Spencer’s face, he was like, ‘Excuse me, what, Dr Vasso?’ We were looking at my cervix and every time I laughed, which was constant because he kept going on about it, it was becoming more of a problem.”

She added: “My cervix is a little bit open so I have to be careful. I’m allowed to go swimming, I’m not allowed to go for fast walks or do high impact stuff.”

The stunning TV personality is currently on holiday in the Maldives with hunky Spencer.






Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews with their children, Theodore and Gigi

It comes after Vogue revealed she is expecting Spencer to propose for a second time after his awkward first proposal.

The couple first met when they took part in the Channel 4 show The Jump in 2017, and later confirmed their romance after weeks of speculation.

The former Made in Chelsea star got down on bended knee just one year after they began dating, but Spencer’s decision to surprise Vogue with a proposal fell flat.

During an interview with best friend Jamie Laing on their podcast 6 Degrees, the 33-year-old said he’s still embarrassed at the ‘s**t’ proposal, which took place after a performance of The Lion King in 2018.

He joked that it still haunts him to this day, as he recalled asking Vogue to marry him on the stage of the The Lyceum in London’s West End while being watched by some of the cast members.

“I took her to The Lyceum to see The Lion King because it’s my favourite Disney film. Not hers – mine. I realised later, this is what I would want to happen to me and not her,” Spencer laughed.






They’ve been dating since 2017

“We went backstage and there was Simba, Mufasa, and Nala and Scar just kind of stood there,” he explained, as he told Jamie he knew instantly it wasn’t going to go well.

“And I was like, ‘Well this is going to be weird isn’t it.’ I just kind of dropped to one knee in front of a pride of lions – not real lions, of course, this was the West End – and I proposed to her and I think she was a little bit uncomfortable,” he shared.

Vogue later discussed the details of their proposal during their podcast Spencer & Vogue, and admitted she would like Spencer to try and propose again because she thought his first attempt was selfish.

“I heard Spencer talking about his proposal on his Jamie podcast and I actually went in and felt p***ed off,” she confessed.

“I was like ‘You know what? That was s**t, that was a s**t proposal.’ That might be one of those things… I’d like another proposal that’s not s**t and not all about you,” Vogue fired.

Spencer meekly agreed with his wife, and said the proposal has ‘haunted me for four years now’.

“I tried to do something nice… I didn’t know that I’d have awkward Mufasa standing next to me,” he quipped.

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