Pregnant Vogue Williams has accidentally revealed on telly that she and Spencer Matthews are expecting a boy!
The 32-year-old model let slip as she defended her exercise regime during pregnancy on Brendan O’Connor’s Cutting Edge on RTÉ One.
“I’m not eating for two people. My baby is the size of an heirloom tomato today. I Googled it,” she said, to which the host replied: “A little tomato, is it happy in there right now on television?”
Vogue then said: “He’s delighted with himself, yes.”
“So it’s a boy?!” Brendan quickly responded.
Realising her mistake, Vogue laughed and put her head in her hands as the audience gave her a congratulatory round of applause.
Through her giggles, Vogue told Brendan: “I hate you! I knew I would do it!”
He replied: “It was that easy,” said Brendan. “I thought I was going to have to go in from different angles!”
Vogue then joked: “Maybe it’s a boy, maybe it’s a girl. Is it too late?!”
Yes, the secret’s out now! Congrats Vogue and Spencer!
The couple announced they are expecting their first baby in March.
Sharing the happy news on Instagram, Vogue wrote: “I couldn’t be more delighted to announce that we are expecting our first baby! Being with you @spencermatthews is the best thing that has ever happened to me, you are the dream.”
The arrival of their son, expected in early September, means they may have to put their wedding plans on hold after Spencer popped the question in January.
The Made In Chelsea star previously said they are toying with the idea of having the big day, “either the end of the year or next year”.
Fitness fan Vogue has been exercising throughout her pregnancy, sharing videos of her workouts on Instagram.
In her RTÉ One interview she said she always gets disapproving comments on the posts from those who don’t believe exercise in pregnancy is safe, while she also gets praise from fellow exercising mums-to-be who know it’s a good way to stay healthy during pregnancy.
She said: “I am training five to six days a week much to the dismay of many people. I have had people thanking me for sharing training videos but I’ll also get people saying, ‘you shouldn’t be doing that’.”
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Defending her exercise, she explained: “It’s healthy to train during your pregnancy, especially for me as I was training before.”
The NHS agree, stating on their website: “Exercise is not dangerous for your baby – there is some evidence that active women are less likely to experience problems in later pregnancy and labour.”
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