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ultimate chill Vogue Williams shares snap from 'lovely' staycation with husband Spencer Matthews

The Dubliner revealed on her Instagram that the couple were heading on a staycation in a glamping pod

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Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams and husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams has shared a snap from her “lovely little night away” with husband Spencer Matthews.

The Dubliner revealed on her Instagram that the couple were heading on a staycation in a glamping pod.

She shared a lovely photo smiling with her Made In Chelsea star husband after the pair enjoyed a relaxing night together.

Vogue wrote: “My best pal... what a lovely little night away we had this week.

“Stuffed our faces, chilled and had the NICEST sleep!”

Speaking in a video, the mum-of-two said: “Our little home for the night. How cute? We're having a little staycation. I'm having the ultimate chill already.”

Spencer and Vogue were also joined by comedian Joanna McNally on their trip, who went out for a cycle with best friend Vogue.

The couple’s retreat was much needed as the pair have their hands full at home with two-year-old Theodore and baby Gigi, who will be turning one in July.

Last month, Vogue revealed that she wanted to have another baby “quite soon” and said that she and her husband wanted at least three and possibly four children.

“Our family is amazing the way it is, but I would love more children. Hopefully that works out for us,” she said at the time.

“The plan is definitely to have more kids. People think I’m mad when I say that, but the dream would be to have four kids.

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“There’s some days where we think we can have five, then we don’t have a good night’s sleep and realise five is too much.”

The model mum said that she always wanted to have children but added that she initially found motherhood really “full on” at first.

“You don’t realise how full-on it is until you become a mum. You realise when you have kids how much your own mother did for you which you may have never thought about before.

“It’s really full-on, but I wouldn’t change anything about it.”

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