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Vogue Williams has revealed she 'rushed' to have children with husband Spencer Matthews.
The model, 37, who shares Theodore, four, Gigi, two, and baby Otto, 11 months with the former MIC star, 34, said her 'baby boom' was a way of avoiding being pregnant at 40.
She told The Mirror: 'I think I felt in a rush [to have children so close in age] because I was like, "If I want four kids, I don't want to be pregnant after 40".
'So I was like, "I'd rather just have it all done". Now I'm thinking I didn't need to be in that much of a rush.'
Speaking about having three children under the age of five she said: 'Some people come over and they're like, "This is hideous! It's so full on!" But we love the madness. It suits us'.
Family: Vogue Williams, 27, has revealed she 'rushed' to have children with husband Spencer Matthews, 34
Family: The model, who shares Theodore, four, Gigi, two, and baby Otto, 11 months with the former MIC star, said her 'baby boom' was a way of avoiding being pregnant at 40
The revelation comes after Spencer discussed arguing with his wife as they 'rev each other up' when working together their podcast.
The duo are famous for engaging in light-hearted banter on their chatty series.
But Spencer revealed that there are some behind-the-scenes arguments due to their strong opinions and joked he doesn't always find Vogue's topics 'particularly interesting.'
Speaking to Roman Kemp on Capital Breakfast on Wednesday, he explained: 'We do argue from time to time, and the podcast makes it worse because it’s an elevated version of a normal conversation.
'If you have an opinion, you might make it stronger than you would ordinarily.'
He added: 'Some of the stuff she wants to talk about, I don’t find particularly interesting, and vice versa, on the podcast I meant! The format is designed to kind of rev each other up!
'We by no means have the most perfect relationship but we are best friends, and we spend a lot of time together, but of course we argue from time to time.
'The podcast can often be that moment when we have to come back together, so it’s like "we know that we’re recording at two so shall we just park the argument?" otherwise it will make for a