Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews are more in love than ever on day out together

Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews looked as loved-up as ever as they stepped out in London together.

Former model Vogue, 38, looked fabulous in leather mini shorts and semi-sheer black tights, which she paired with an oversized grey mohair jumper and slouchy black boots.

She wore her blonde hair slicked back into a low bun and donned sunglasses, despite the dreary UK weather, whilst a black and white checked handbag was slung over her body.

Her husband of four years, former Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, 35, was decidedly more dressed-down for the occasion.

He commanded attention in a pair of bright green sweatpants which he wore with a black bomber jacket, along with a cap and sneakers.

Both carried motorcycle helmets, indicating the way that they had travelled to Global offices.

At one point, Vogue linked an arm into her husband's, and they were seen flashing a smile at each other as they walked jovially together.

They appeared to have left their three children, Theodore, four, Gigi, two, and baby Otto at home as they enjoyed some quality time together.

Spencer and Vogue share a successful podcast together, named after them, and they've recently been touring the UK together.

Vogue also shares a podcast with her best pal, Joanne McNally, named My Therapist Ghosted Me, and the pair recently visited Australia on a tour.

After she returned to the UK, Vogue took to Instagram to share a selection of snaps with her three children, as they spent a wholesome week catching up.

In the caption, Vogue wrote: "The most glorious week being back with my babies."

Vogue recently recalled a chilling childhood experience when she had a near-death encounter, and it still haunts her to this day.

The TV personality discussed the terrifying incident on her podcast with husband Spencer, which was prompted by a fan's question about close calls with death.

Vogue revealed she almost drowned in a swimming pool as a child while playing a dangerous unsupervised game.

She explained how she had tied herself up with a dressing gown rope and threw herself into the pool to see if she could escape.

She was just 11 years old at the time and had not fully comprehended the life-threatening risk. She described it as a "weird story" that still "freaks" her out.

Even more unsettling was the fact that she attempted this dangerous game multiple times. "I think I did it like three or four times," she admitted.

Reflecting on the experience, she expressed gratitude, saying: "So I feel like that's the closest I came to death, and someone was really looking out for me."

Spencer was clearly shocked by this revelation and responded: "Are you mental?"

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