Two weeks after giving birth, most of us are stuck to the sofa in our PJs just about holding it together – but not the stunning Vogue Williams. Nope, the beautiful TV presenter and wife of Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews is already out on the London party circuit dressed in chic outfits. And we know she's sleep deprived because the star has written about her tough newborn nights on her Instagram page - so Vogue's latest fashion look is all the more amazing.
The model attended the Revlon x Adwoa Aboah London Fashion Week party at Jack Solomons Club in London's Soho on Tuesday evening, and just look at her outfit! Vogue wore a revealing sheer black bodysuit from the label Bec + Bridge, which retails at £160, teaming it with an elegant black trouser suit. She looked fantastic in the ensemble, with the bodysuit featuring love heart mesh panels and cool double straps.
Vogue's apparent lack of 'mum tum' is all down to the exercise routine she maintained while pregnant (and probably her lucky model genetics). The star kept up with her barre workouts whilst expecting and also did intense boxing training.
Speaking of her pregnancy training, Vogue told HELLO!: “It definitely helped. 100 per cent. People had said to me how giving birth is like a marathon, and because I did train throughout the pregnancy I think it gave me that extra energy that I needed.” On her small post-baby tummy, she said: "I think it was just all bump really, and at nine pounds he was quite a big baby."
Vogue and her husband Spencer
She recently posted on her Instagram page: "So many lovely comments about my training during pregnancy. If you’ve trained before there is no reason not to continue while pregnant. I do get a fair bit of flack over it too but I feel so healthy and our son is a big healthy baby already! Boxing training is an absolute winner. So good for your arms, core and cardio fitness."
Vogue and Spencer welcomed their little boy Theodore on 5th September 2018 and Vogue was soon spotted out and about with the couple's son. Vogue has defended bouncing back quickly after the birth, telling her social media followers: "It feels nice to be able to dress up and feel comfortable in my old clothes again!"
She also told critics: "To the Mummy shamers out there, get a life. I’m not sorry I’m out and about feeling good, I’m the happiest I’ve ever been! Probably the most tired I’ve ever been too but it’s more than worth it." In an Instagram story, she also confessed she was exhausted because of getting no sleep.
Well Vogue, you're doing amazingly well and we LOVE your latest look!
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