Vogue Williams and son Theodore enjoy sweet scooter ride in London – after star detailed vicious pregnancy trolling

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Vogue Williams and her son Theodore have been spotted taking a sweet scooter ride through the streets of London.

The 35-year-old, who has been married to Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews for three years, proudly grinned as she took her little boy out on his bright red scooter for some precious mum and son time.

Matching Theodore as she rode her own black patterned scooter for the fun trip, Vogue kept things casual in a loose black jumpsuit and Nike trainers.

The model finished off her outfit with a bold zebra print coat and oversized dark sunglasses, her blonde tresses swept up into a messy ponytail.

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Her adorable tot wore a pale pink two-piece sports set and pastel blue helmet, and appeared to be completely focused on whipping over the pavements across London more than anything else.

It comes as the mum-of-two recently spoke to OK! about how she coped with an onslaught of nasty trolling during her pregnancy with baby Gigi, who was born last year.

The gorgeous star managed to lose her post baby weight relatively quickly after giving birth to her second child.

After struggling through the criticism, she told fans she “didn’t want to make anyone feel bad” over how quickly her body bounced back, but it hasn’t been a complete breeze for the model.


“I remember I didn’t feel great in myself,” Vogue said. “I felt really weepy all the time. Then to have people always commenting really annoys me. It then annoys me to see it happening to other people.”

Vogue admitted she’d been called fat and disgusting when she was in her third trimester, and some of the same trolls had slated her for spending time on losing weight after her baby was born.

Calling the conversation about women’s bodies “relentless” and “boring”, the Irish star is fed up of it being one-sided.

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“People are much more than the way they look,” she shared. “You don’t see people commenting on men’s bodies like you do about women’s.”

Despite the comments while she was carrying Gigi, Vogue insisted most of her Instagram followers are “lovely people” and she doesn’t have a really bad time with trolling.

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“I love the group of people I have following me on Instagram. I talk to them a lot,” she noted.

“They are on the same path as me."

“Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but you don’t need to have an opinion on anyone else’s looks,” the star added.

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