Are they, aren't they? Vogue Williams has opened up about her reported romance with Spencer Matthews, who she is rumoured to have been dating for a few weeks. The pair grew close after competing in The Jump together, and have been enjoying each other's company ever since. In her latest HELLO! Online blog post, Vogue coyly wrote about their recent trip to Disneyland, Paris.
She posted: "I think everyone in the world loves Disney, it's the best place in the entire world! I went there last weekend with four of my friends and we had the most amazing time. Spencer was one of the people in our group and a lot of people have been asking me about him but all I want to say about it is that we're getting on very well and we're really close. We all had a brilliant weekend together."
"All I want to say about it is that we're getting on very well and we're really close," wrote Vogue
Vogue, who separated from Westlife singer Brian McFadden in 2015, also shared several sweet photos of the pair in Disneyland. One showed the lovebirds cuddling up to each other, wearing Donald Duck and Daisy Duck caps, while another showed them posing with Stormtroopers. Spencer also took to Instagram, sharing photos from the trip and writing: "Amazing day @disneylandparis with @voguewilliams... An element of perfection to it."
Last week the former Made in Chelsea star, 27, also shared a picture of him and Vogue kissing. "My friends are so cute xx," he wrote, much to the amusement of fans. Speaking to TV3 about their very close friendship, Spencer also said: "She doesn't like calling it [a relationship]," before joking: "We've got a kid on the way, pretty much, impending nuptials, all sorts."
The model grew close to Spencer Matthews while filming The Jump
Vogue has previously hinted that she is dating Spencer. Chatting on Lorraine, the Irish model said: "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."