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Birthday boy Vogue Williams' son Theodore celebrates birthday with Frozen-themed party

She held Theodore’s birthday bash in her native Howth, where the family was joined by Vogue’s mum Sandra and her sister Amber

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Theodore's birthday party

Theodore's birthday party

Theodore's birthday party

Vogue Williams has shared some adorable photos from her son’s Frozen themed birthday party.

The Irish model and TV personality welcomed her first child, Theodore, with her husband Spencer Matthews in September 2018.

Spencer and Vogue are also parents to Gigi, who turned one in July.

Ahead of Theodore’s third birthday, Vogue organised a big party based around his favourite Disney flick - complete with a Frozen cake, a Frozen bouncy castle, and Frozen balloons featuring the film’s main characters: Elsa, Anna, and Olaf.

She held Theodore’s birthday bash in her native Howth, where the family was joined by Vogue’s mum Sandra and her sister Amber.

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The kids enjoyed “the most stunning Elsa cake ever” which was made by Clontarf-based Baked Cake Design as well as a heap of balloons from Bespoke Balloons, a luxury events specialist in Dublin.

“T’s birthday!” Vogue exclaimed on her Instagram Stories as she showed off some of the party decorations.

“We have got an Elsa theme going on so far. I got Bespoke Balloons to do everything and it looks so good.

“I’ve used Bespoke Balloons before and they are always brilliant. They organised all of the Frozen bits for me! Love them.

“Not an ad, just a great company,” the 35-year-old added.

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It’s been a busy few months for Vogue as she is set to grace our screens on Virgin Media One’s latest talent show, The Big Deal.

Speaking about her latest gig, the mum-of-two said: “This is my first shiny floor show. I didn’t want it to end or be over, I love it. I feel really at ease with it.

“The show is incredible, the talent in it. You’d expect some people to be a bit rubbish, but the talent is so incredible. It’s lucky I don’t have to choose, it’s so hard to choose.”

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