After spending lots of time together on Channel 4 show The Jump, Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews quickly became the subject of romance rumours. And on Wednesday morning, the 31-year-old model addressed the speculation over her love life. Speaking to Fearne Cotton on Lorraine, the Irish beauty coyly admitted: "Maybe [there is] a little bit of truth in the matter. You weren't expecting that answer! We were really close friends, we're just really close, really close friends and yeah, we've been getting on very well."
Vogue, who was previously married to Westlife singer Brian McFadden, also shared her delight over the former Made In Chelsea star's win over the weekend: "I was so proud of him for doing that because he worked really, really hard," she gushed. "He thought he was brilliant at the start and then he sort of realised that Louis [Smith] was amazing. Louis was amazing at everything he did but Spencer pushed himself so hard, he deserved it, he definitely deserved to win."
"We were really close friends, we're just really close, really close friends," said Vogue
Spencer beats Louis Smith on The Jump
Last month, Spencer hinted at the possibility of a new romance. The self-proclaimed lothario revealed that while his mind was firmly focused on the competition, he was still keeping an eye out for potential love interests. "That's definitely not why I'm here but, you know, I'm always looking for love!" he told HELLO! exclusively. "If it was to ski into me or I was to trip up and fall straight into love's arms, I'd take it willingly. But no, that's not why I'm here."
"I do quite fancy her," Spencer has admitted
When prompted further, the TV star confessed that a few of his fellow contestants had already caught his eye, including HELLO! blogger Vogue. "I'm really, really good friends with Vogue at the moment, I do quite fancy her," he revealed. "I think Jade Jones is very attractive, a very cool girl. Caprice [Bourret] – I mean, come on. Caprice has got to be up there – if Caprice wanted to be my girlfriend I'd probably let her!"