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Spen-ance Vogue Williams' husband Spencer 'prayed' to her during desert marathon

The former Made In Chelsea star recently completed the gruelling six-day Marathon Des Sables in honour of his late brother Michael.

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Spencer Matthews is missing wife Vogue and children.

Spencer Matthews is missing wife Vogue and children.

Spencer Matthews is missing wife Vogue and children.

Spencer Matthews has joked that he “prayed” to his wife Vogue Williams while he was doing a marathon in the Moroccan desert.

The former Made In Chelsea star recently completed the gruelling six-day Marathon Des Sables in honour of his late brother Michael.

Speaking on the most recent episode of The Spencer and Vogue Podcast, the couple discussed what Spencer missed most about his model wife while he was away.

“I missed you enormously as you know because I am just violently in love with you. I am,” Spencer told the Howth native.

Vogue responded: “Can you tell that Spenny and I have had a recent fall out?”

But her husband protested: “What is this? Why do you have to say that? We haven't had a recent fall out!”

Laughing, Vogue said: “I could take you or leave you. I did quite well on my own.”

Spencer then said: “Well that's not very nice, I missed you intensely. I prayed to you when I was in the desert. I thought about you very much, not in the way that I would have liked to have thought of you as I was sharing a tent with eight other people.

“I love you so much. Honestly, you are my sunset and my sunrise.”

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Vogue Williams pictured with her husband Spencer Matthews and their kids Theodore and Gigi

Vogue Williams pictured with her husband Spencer Matthews and their kids Theodore and Gigi

Vogue Williams pictured with her husband Spencer Matthews and their kids Theodore and Gigi

Vogue joked: “Am I the wind beneath your wings?”

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Spencer continued to tell the mum-of-two how much he loved her when Vogue interjected and told listeners that he was trying to get back on her good side.

“It's really reignited my passion for you. I’m so into you,” Spencer said.

An amused Vogue replied: “Okay, well let's not talk about that because I'm going to come across as quite mean and you're only doing it because you are in the dog box, as you would say.”

Objecting, Spencer said: “The dog box is not somewhere I spend any time.”

Vogue argued: “You spend an awful lot of time in the dog box, more than Winnie,” to which Spencer admitted defeat and laughed: “I like the dog box!”

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