Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too: All about Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams’s TV show

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Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams have got their brand new TV – here’s all about it plus how to watch online.

Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too continues at 9PM this Monday night, January 21 on E4.

Spencer met Vogue when the pair were competing on Channel 4’s The Jump and they got engaged earlier this year.

They recently welcomed their first child together, son Theodore.

Now they’re set for their very own fly-on-the-wall TV series following the pair as new parents.

E4 say: “This funny, frank and intimate series will cover the couple’s preparation for the new arrival, Vogue’s dramatic labour, and their domestic life as they adjust to juggling modern parenting alongside their hectic careers in the public spotlight.”

Vogue Williams commented: “Spencer has wanted to work with me on something for some time now. He’s been relentless. I thought the baby would suffice but apparently not.”

Spencer Matthews added: “I’m delighted that E4 have given me the opportunity to have my own show. For legal reasons I am having to share this opportunity with my wife. I can say no more at this time.”

In the third episode tonight, Spencer and Vogue organise a naming ceremony for baby Theodore. Spencer has agreed to take part in a charity boxing match but Vogue is unimpressed. Will the ceremony be ruined by Spencer turning up with a broken nose and two black eyes?

You can watch Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too episodes for free online via All4 here.

Spencer and Vogue welcomed their son last year.

Vogue said at the time: “We are bursting with love. I honestly feel like he has been here forever, he has just slotted into our lives perfectly.

“We heard the name Theodore one day and both loved it. We thought we would call him Teddy but since he has been born we have stayed with Theodore rather than shortening it.”

Spencer added to HELLO Magazine: “Every day has new meaning now. It has exceeded all expectation of what I thought it would feel like to be a dad.”