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Toddler Tantrums Vogue Williams asks child psychologists if son Theodore's 'screeches' are normal

The Howth native revealed that their son is going through a phase where he’s screaming nonstop.

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Vogue Williams

Vogue Williams

Vogue Williams has appealed to child psychologists to find out if her son’s “screeches” at bedtime are normal.

The model and her Made In Chelsea star husband Spencer are expecting their third child together.

The couple are already parents to three-year-old Theodore and one-year-old Gigi.

Speaking on the Spencer & Vogue podcast, the Howth native revealed that their son is going through a phase where he’s screaming nonstop.

She said: “Someone’s screaming. Theodore’s screaming, as always.”

Spencer replied: “He's alright. Let’s get on with it.”

Vogue protested: “No, because he will not stop, we know what he’s like.”

Spencer said: “Hopefully he'll just tire himself out and just conk out from exhaustion.”

Turning her attention back to listeners, Vogue explained: “This is literally Theodore's night every night now, he just screeches at us. Honestly, if there's any child psychologists or anything listening - is that normal?”

The 36-year-old added that she’s had to look into ways to distract Theodore during the day to keep him calm but is struggling because she’s heavily pregnant and expecting her third child sometime next month.

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Spencer, Theodore, and Gigi out for a walk (Vogue Williams/Instagram)

Spencer, Theodore, and Gigi out for a walk (Vogue Williams/Instagram)

Spencer, Theodore, and Gigi out for a walk (Vogue Williams/Instagram)

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She said: “T is off school for two weeks. Maybe we'll try and go away somewhere but then I remembered, ‘Oh no, hang on, we got pregnant at the worst time ever.’

“So now we can't go anywhere, we literally have to stay here. I'm desperately looking at Easter camps and stuff. Theodore has got to be entertained. You know what he's like.

“He wakes up at seven in the morning, if Gigi and him don't get out for a walk at the weekends by nine thirty in the morning, they're like monsters going around.

“They start getting vicious with each other and stuff like that. And then you bring them out and they're different children,” she laughed.

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