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special tribute Spencer Matthews says he's 'never been happier' with Vogue Williams on their anniversary

Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams celebrate three years of marriage today

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Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Spencer Matthews has said that he has “never been happier and more in love” in a touching tribute to Vogue Williams on their wedding anniversary.

The pair got married back in 2018 and are celebrating their third wedding anniversary today.

The former Made In Chelsea star took to Instagram to mark the occasion, posting a sweet throwback photo of the happy couple.

Captioning the post, Spencer wrote: “In the four and a half years we’ve been together and the three years (today) that we’ve been married, I’ve never been happier and more in love.

“You inspire me daily with your warm open heart and rigorous work ethic. It’s really no surprise to me that everybody loves you.

“You deserve all of your success, now and forever and our kids are lucky to have you as their mother. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY.”

A thrilled Vogue responded in the comments: “Aw that’s very sweet my love.”

Dubliner Vogue met Spence in 2017 and the pair got married in June 2018 with a secret ceremony in the Scottish highlands at Spencer’s family’s 30,000-acre estate.

They have two children together, two-year-old Theodore and baby Gigi, who will celebrate her first birthday this month.

But Vogue has admitted that the power couple were not always meant to be, and confessed that Spencer was “kind of a one night stand” before he became her husband.

Speaking on a recent episode of My Therapist Ghosted Me with Joanne McNally, the 35-year-old said: “Spencer was kind of a one night stand but not really because I had known him for three weeks before.

“I’m not really a one night stander,” she admitted. “I tried my best to be more worldly when I broke up from a long-term relationship but I just kept bouncing from relationship to relationship only seeing one person at one time.

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“But at one stage when I met Spencer I was texting like four or five other people with the intention of being worldly but then I met Spencer and he kind of took up all my time and ruined it.

“And he was meant to set me up with Anthony Joshua and he didn’t!” the Dubliner laughed.

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