Vogue Williams has admitted she hates the thought of never having a baby again – just weeks giving birth to her third child with Spencer Matthews.
The presenter, 36, told MailOnline she would be happy with a fourth addition to her family after breezing through her labour with son Otto, who she welcomed in April.
In an exclusive interview Vogue, who’s also a mum to Theodore, three, and Gigi, one, confessed she finds giving birth so easy that she would happily endure the often-painful work for other expectant mothers.
‘I would have a million kids’: Vogue Williams has admitted she hates the thought of never having a baby again – just weeks giving birth to her third child with Spencer Matthews
Vogue said: ‘I would have a million kids, I love having children around us and having a big family and I hate the thought of never having a baby again because I love the whole newborn phase.
‘Being a mum is literally my favourite thing in the world. I would like to think that we’d have one more but right now I need to see how we get on as a family of five.
‘I had a lovely labour with Otto. I had a great day with Spencer. I loved the whole day.
‘I walked into the hospital and thought I’d do this as a job if I could just give birth for other people – and not be pregnant – I would happily do it.
‘We were lucky because I know it’s not the same for everybody. It’s painful, the gas and air was great fun, and I did that and had an epidural at the end, which was very much needed.’
‘I’d do this as a job’: Vogue, who’s a mum to Theodore and Gigi (pictured), confessed she finds giving birth so easy that she would happily endure the often-painful work for other expectant mothers
‘I loved the whole day’: The TV presenter told MailOnline she would be happy with a fourth addition to her family after breezing through her labour with son Otto in April
Vogue, who’s teamed up with Peppa Peg for World Ocean Day, told MailOnline in March that she planned to continue training right up until the day she gives birth.
The podcaster stayed true to her word and detailed her fitness regime post-pregnancy, which includes working out five times a week with a personal trainer, using a Peloton bike and doing classes on Zoom.
She said: ‘The last time I trained was the Sunday and I gave birth on the Monday.
‘The training I was doing wasn’t intense towards the end but I am back to training now, which I absolutely love. I’m not running or anything like that.
‘I am back on the Peloton and have started doing Barre and I train with my PT John around five times a week.’
Super-mum: Vogue told MailOnline in March that she planned to continue training right up until the day she gives birth and she stayed true to her word
Vogue says she regrets taking part in Aussie series Dancing with the Stars in 2021 because her involvement may prevent Strictly bosses recruiting her for the show.
The TV star, whose new E4 programme Send Nudes debuts in September, admits the BBC dance competition is high on her list – and husband Spencer would not have to worry about the Strictly curse.
She said: ‘I did Dancing with the Stars in Australia, which probably rules me out of Strictly because I’ve already done it. I would love to do Strictly though.
‘I thought I picked up some moves but then I watched myself back on YouTube and it turns out I’m not brilliant. I looked like a serpent, and I didn’t get any better during the show. Mel B was hosting at the time and I think I got kicked out in fourth place.
‘It would be great to do Strictly though and to wear the outfits and my mum would love watching me.
‘Oh, the curse? Oh God no, Spencer would have absolutely nothing to worry about that is for certain. I couldn’t be bothered to be honest with you. I’m happy with my lot. That’s too stressful!’
Good cause: Vogue has joined forces with Peppa Pig, who’s working with Cleaner Seas Project to inspire children and their parents to take small steps to help protect our oceans
Vogue has joined forces with Peppa Pig, who’s working with Cleaner Seas Project to inspire children and their parents to take small steps like recycling and litter picking to help protect our oceans.
The mum-of-three encouraged Theodore and Gigi to litter pick at a London park after a survey by Cleaner Seas Project, Twinkl and Asda showed that over half of parents want to live a more sustainable life to give their children a better future.
She explained: ‘Peppa Pig is doing good in the world – not only does she give me free time as a parent – but we are doing our part to help clean up the oceans.
‘We are working with the Cleaner Seas Project and it’s about trying to get children involved to do their best with recycling.
‘There are some litter cleans that have been organised and activity sheets you can get where your children can learn about recycling.
‘I have been doing them with Theodore and Gigi and they have been in a park in London spending hours cleaning up litter, which they have thoroughly enjoyed. They had these gloves and litter pickers and they had the most fun ever.’