Vogue Williams has shared that she and husband, Spencer Matthews are well prepared for baby number three as they already have a name chosen for the little one. Currently in the third trimester, the Irish model and podcast host will be welcoming their third child very soon and this week was answering some questions about her pregnancy on Instagram.
Speaking about already having the name picked out she said; “We [found] out the gender as soon as possible to choose the name and so I can get all the suction bagged baby clothes back out!”
She also shared that lots of people have been asking her when her due date is, revealing that she’d rather not share the exact date but that she is in her third trimester of pregnancy.
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Whilst answering questions from her followers, another person asked her how many kids she’d like in total. In the past Vogue has always said she wanted to have a large family, but recently has shared that she’s not so sure about that anymore!
The Howth native responded; “I always said 4 but I would be very happy with 3! The house is madness all the time which thankfully we love! I do find myself storing GiGi’s old clothes so I guess I don’t know but we shall see!”
Recently she spoke about how hard this pregnancy has been and how it has also made her rethink her desire to have four kids. Speaking about suffering through “all day sickness” with the MailOnline she said; “I get lots of messages like ‘how are you doing this’ when actually I spent yesterday in bed. I just felt terrible. ”
“I like to point out that Instagram is just a show real, it’s not my full day.”
Continuing she added; “I would have said yes to four of them, pre this pregnancy but now I think three is enough. I’d have to get a new car. I don’t know where four would fit!”
Vogue also spoke about how she manages pain and the issues she’s facing during her third pregnancy; “Moving for me is really important, even for half an hour a day makes such a difference for me. I get quite bad pelvic pain in pregnancy and my legs get sore, so a stretch is always good.”
But the soon-to-be mum of three also highlighted the importance of knowing when to take a break. Explaining; “but not doing anything is ok too, listening to your body is very important. Pregnancy is hard.”