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Cup of Vo' Vogue Williams pays visit to old coffee van workplace in Howth on trip home

Vogue decided to pay a visit to her old workplace yesterday while on a walk with her mum Sandra Wilson and her two children, Theodore and Gigi

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Vogue's old boss

Vogue's old boss

Vogue's old boss

Vogue Williams has paid a visit to her old workplace in Howth after landing home this week.

The model and TV presenter is back in Ireland to do some voiceover work for her new Virgin Media show, The Big Deal, which will air this autumn.

But before the successful star that she is today, the Dubliner worked in a quaint coffee van in her native Howth.

Vogue decided to pay a visit to her old workplace yesterday while on a walk with her mum Sandra Wilson and her two children, Theodore and Gigi.

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The gang went on a “lovely walk” around Howth in the sunshine on Wednesday and the 35-year-old shared some stunning snaps from the cliffs.

They then stopped off at Bailey Brew Coffee at Howth Summit, where Vogue took a photo of her old boss, owner Elaine O’Reardon.

She wrote: “Stopped off at Bailey Brew Coffee. I used to work with Elaine years ago! V nice coffee and treats on your way to a summit walk!”

Vogue’s trip home comes after she admitted that she was “really homesick” for her beloved Howth during lockdown.

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The mum-of-two lives with the kids and her husband Spencer Matthews in London and couldn’t fly home to Dublin last summer as she was pregnant with Gigi at the time.

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She told RSVP Live: “I was really homesick. I would see my sister putting up pictures of the Howth Cliff Walk and I would be desperate to get home.

“When I flew home this time I started crying when I saw the Aer Lingus plane.

“It may sound stupid but I really missed crisps and I didn’t eat sausages for nearly a year because they are so awful over there. I didn’t have a Chinese for months because they are not as nice either.”

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