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Vogue Williams says ex called her a ‘prostitute’ for dating two guys at once

"I think it's very important in dating to date lots of people so you don't become obsessive"

Vogue Williams

Clodagh Meaney

Vogue Williams has said she was called “prostitute” and a “harlot” for dating two guys at the same time

The 36-year-old presenter was discussing dating on her podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me with her best friend, comedian Joanne McNally.

“I think it's very important in dating to date lots of people so you don't become obsessive,” Vogue told Joanne who said she has returned to the dating scene.

“It’s why Spenny and I are married because I literally had no interest in him ‘cos there was three other people that I was texting.”

“I remember I was doing that and I was in Soho House, we used to go there all the time, and this guy, I had only kissed him one night and he was sitting at a table and I sat with him, and this was a separate night, he was actually really sound…” she said.

“And then this other guy, who I had been texting, hadn’t been on a date with by the way but we were meant to go on a date and he came over and knew the guy that I had scored a few nights ago that I was chatting to and then figured it out.

“He got really pissed off and called me like a prostitute, he said the word ‘harlot’ and I was like ‘what the f*ck is a harlot?’

“‘Cos he was a really posh English guy who was like “you’re a harlot” and I’m like ‘why? I don’t get it.’”

The media personality previously dated Dublin artist Maser and was married to Westlife singer Brian McFadden.

The pair began dating in 2011 before getting engaged in January 2012. They got married in Florence, Italy later that year before separating in 2015. Their divorce was finalised in 2017.

Vogue went on to marry reality TV star Spencer Matthews in June 2018, they welcomed their first child in 2018, and another in 2020.

The couple are expecting their third child this month.

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