Vogue Williams tells people who say having three kids will be ‘hell’ to ‘keep their opinions up their a**e’
She is expecting her third child with husband Spencer Matthews this month
Vogue Williams has told people who say having 3 kids will be “hell” to “keep their opinions up their a**e.”
Speaking on her podcast My Therapist Ghosted me with Joanne McNally, the 36-year-old presenter was venting about her third pregnancy.
“Can people stop mailing me telling me my life is gonna be hell when the third baby arrives like three kids is like the worst thing that's ever going to happen to you.”
”I'm quite excited about having three kids so keep your opinions up your own ar**hole,” she continued.
“People are just constantly mailing me being like ‘it's going to be really hard your life will never be the same now you've had three, you should have stuck with two’.”
The DJ is expecting her third child with husband Spencer Matthews later this month.
“It’s far too late for that now and maybe I’m going to enjoy the madness.”
Continuing their conversation, Joanne also poked fun at the hilarious headlines Vogue’s comments often make.
“Joe, did I tell you that I was… you know the way Vogue always gets trolled in papers and we think they're doing it on purpose, they’ll take something completely vacuous that she's said and make out like she's rung them to drop the news.”
“Vogue unveils toilet brush,” Joanne said, giving a fake example.
“It’s like she's rung up the paper and been like ‘guys, have you heard?’ She’s like if you run this story I’ll do something for you… people get really worked up online.”
“Obviously we all get a good laugh out of Vogue getting trolled. Well well well, my time has come,” Joanne continued, and it was because of her child.”
Explaining how her comments on a radio programme made for a funny sundayworld.com headline Joanne explained: “So I did an interview with Suzanne Kane on 98 saying that I was slightly disappointed when I was told Vogue was having a boy.”
“I have two nephews, one of them is my godchild, I adore them. They are absolutely gorgeous and adorable,” she said.
“Can I put them in a tutu? No I cannot put them in a tutu… they're not into it.”
“Can I put them in little leopard print jumpsuits and crowns? No I cannot, basically I want a drag baby.”
“So when Vogue told me she was having a boy, yes I was slightly disappointed,” Joanne continued.
“Then of course, they ran with the headline ‘Joanne disappointed Vogue is having a boy’ and I looked like… like I hated men so then I had to do a public apology.”
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