Vogue Williams feels ''super lucky'' as she fell pregnant after just ''a week of trying''.
Vogue Williams fell pregnant after ''a week of trying''.
The 32-year-old model is currently expecting her first child with her fiancé Spencer Matthews and feels so ''lucky'' that she got pregnant so quickly.
She said: ''We got pregnant after about a week of trying so we were super lucky. Really lucky, we were like, 'Whoa!'''
And Vogue admits things have changed a lot since she got pregnant, namely that she goes to bed at eight every evening.
She added: ''I am working with more baby brands. Your life does change. I was quite disappointed when I was dropped by certain people for being pregnant. I feel like a lot of people think it is [an illness]. You can do as much as you can. You're certainly no different really. I don't feel very different now, apart from the fact that I go to bed at 8pm every night! I love my bump! I'm still DJ-ing. He's never going to sleep. I do a travel show, I'm doing documentaries, so I'm doing all those at the moment. There's a lot going on.''
The model is keen to ''stay fit and healthy'' throughout her pregnancy and is also not in a rush to lose her baby weight after the little one arrives.
Speaking on ITV's Lorraine, she shared: ''A lot of people are against pregnant women working out, I've also found, which is bizarre. I feel fit and healthy and I want to stay fit and healthy. Obviously you put on weight, I've put on quite a good bit of weight but that's what I'm supposed to do, but I'm happy doing it. I'm not going to be in a rush at the end - I'm healthy like that anyway. You do see people and you think, how did they do they do that? I'm not going to be one of them anyway.''
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