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Photoshop pervs Vogue Williams opens up about her image being used in 'deep fake' porn

"I'm adventurous but not that adventurous"

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Vogue Williams has opened up about her image being used in pornography.

The 36-year-old is set to appear on Angela Scanlon’s Ask Me Anything tonight.

Chatting to Angela, Vogue opened up about her face being used in ‘deep fake’ pornography.

“Deep fake porn is a thing,” she explained.

“So, it actually happened a few years ago, I saw my face plastered on all these porn images and I was like: ‘Jesus, I don't remember that’,” she joked.

“About three weeks ago, or something, it came up again and they've updated the picture and I mean, if I thought I was having a good time before, I’m having a really good time in these ones.”

Describing the images, Vogue said "[There is] willies everywhere - in the eye, in the ear, a lot of willies!"

"I'm adventurous but not that adventurous,” she exclaimed.

Deep fakes are media that are manipulated to make it look like a particular person is depicted in images or video, usually to try and deceive others into believing a notable person has said or done something they haven’t.

Vogue admitted that she cannot get the images taken off the internet, but hopes her children don’t see them.

“You know what the weirdest thing is?

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"You can’t get them down, like they’re just up, anyone is allowed to put them up, and they are starting to look more realistic.”

“The most recent ones look so realistic and I can kind of laugh about it but at the same time I hope they come down at some stage.

"I don't want my kids to see them,” she said.

The presenter and DJ is currently expecting her third child with husband Spencer Matthews.

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Vogue Williams (Yui Mok/PA)

Vogue Williams (Yui Mok/PA)

Vogue Williams (Yui Mok/PA)

“I wouldn't say I'm the biggest fan of being pregnant, I'm delighted we're having another baby but I feel very sick all the time - proper sick, all the time,” she told Angela about her third pregnancy.

“I don't know who invented morning sickness because that's not what it is… it’s all day and during the night.”

The busy mum of two confessed that she is in bed by 7pm most nights.“Once Theodore and Gigi go down, we follow them. And I wake up starving, so I eat eggs on toast at half 6 in the morning.”

When it comes to picking names for their new arrival, Vogue and Spencer just can’t agree.

“We don’t know if it's a boy or a girl yet, I love Romy, Spenny hates it.”

“For a boy I like Otis, but I think it’s because I’ve been watching Sex Education, so it might change when I watch something else.”

“Or Jasper,” she adds.

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“I think Spenny’s cousin had a cat who died called Otis,” Angela joked.

“Spenny loves Rocco, but no, I had a dog called Rocco, I can’t do it again.”

Chatting about her work, Vogue said she likes to keep busy with many jobs as she never knows when something might come to an end for her.

“You never know when someone’s going to dump you from something so have to have a few different avenues.”

“If I get dumped from that, I have that,” she explained.

“I only work on things that I really love, and I really enjoy,” she explained.

Vogue currently presents two podcasts, ‘Spencer and Vogue’, with her husband, and My Therapist Ghosted Me with her best pal Joanne McNally. She is also set to present an upcoming E4 show about plastic surgery called ‘Send Nudes’.

The reality TV star also DJs, runs a fake tanning business, presents a radio show in the UK. She has recently dabbled in the world of beauty, releasing a line of make-up brushes with BYSK.

Join Angela and the crew this Saturday night on RTÉ One at 9:50pm. The eight-part series runs until December 11th.

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