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Rogue Williams Vogue Williams was suspended from school for distracting other pupils

The mum-of-two said that she and her friends would get in trouble for distracting people and passing notes.

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Vogue Williams has admitted that she was suspended from school for being a “constant distraction.”

The model and TV presenter attended the all-girls Santa Sabina Dominican College in Sutton, north Dublin, and stirred up some trouble when she was student.

Speaking to Doireann Garrihy on The Laughs of Your Life podcast, the 35-year-old revealed that she was sent home from school on a number of occasions for her bad behaviour.

“We all had so much fun [at school] and I think our year was slightly wild,” Vogue explained.

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Vogue Williams hosting Virgin Media's new live show, The Big Deal.

Vogue Williams hosting Virgin Media's new live show, The Big Deal.

“I got suspended a couple of times for distracting people. I would never have told the teacher to f**k off or anything like that, I would never have been rude to somebody that was older than me.”

The mum-of-two said that she and her friends would get in trouble for distracting people and passing notes.

“It was the constant distraction of other people, the note sending, and always just trying to get other people’s attention. Basically, stopping people from learning.

“You know when you’re in school and you’re just laughing so much, and you know you’re not allowed laugh. We used to just laugh about something, or you’d write in each other’s journal, you’d send notes, just the most ridiculous notes, and you’d get caught.”

Vogue said that she didn’t mind being suspended as she loved having a few days off from school.

“Eventually I got suspended for a day to begin with and the next time was a week. I had a great time because one of my friends got suspended at the same time.

“[My parents] really didn’t like it the first time but the second time I got kicked out and had to go live with my dad, which again was absolutely brilliant because I could do what I wanted.”

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