The pregnant Irish presenter, 36, who is currently on a ‘sex ban’ because her cervix is ‘a little bit open’, has taken to her Instagram to share a peek inside her trip with her former Made in Chelsea star husband, 33, and their children Theodore, three, and one year old Gigi.
Vogue revealed that the family are staying at the Kuramathi Maldives which boasts powder-white beaches and is surrounded by tranquil turquoise water.
The gorgeous couple appeared to be in their element as they posed on the shore with Vogue, who is due to give birth in April, displaying her blossoming baby bump as she teased her husband in her Instagram caption to her 924,000 followers.
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Vogue, who is a trustee of sunless tanning lotion Bare By Vogue, penned: “Someone forgot to @barebyvogue before we left.
“This place is just breathtaking, I’ve always admired it from other peoples pictures, we finally made it ourselves!”
Meanwhile the doting mum of two also shared a collection of snaps of daughter Gigi on the beach as she posed in a blue gingham swimsuit and adorable sun hat.
The model also shared a candid snap of the family sunbathing after they had moved their loungers into the crystal clear waters, captioned: “We live here now @kuramathiisland.”
Vogue looked sensational as she posed on their balcony against the gorgeous sunset as she donned an orange one-shoulder satin mini dress.
The pregnant star went barefoot and highlighted her sun-kissed pins as she gazed over her shoulder for the stunning Instagram snap.
It comes after Vogue has demanded that husband Spencer should propose for a second time after he recently confessed that the moment he popped the question was ‘uncomfortable’.
Vogue was triggered into remembering the occasion when Spencer spoke to pal Jamie Laing on their podcast, 6 degrees, and discussed his regrets with the proposal, which happened onstage in 2018 after a West End performance of The Lion King.
“I took her to The Lyceum to see The Lion King because it’s my favourite Disney film. Not hers – mine. I realised later, this is what I would want to happen to me and not her,” Spencer said.
“We went backstage and there was Simba, Mufasa, and Nala and Scar just kind of stood there.
“And I was like, ‘Well this is going to be weird isn’t it.’ I just kind of dropped to one knee in front of a pride of lions – not real lions, of course, this was the West End – and I proposed to her and I think she was a little bit uncomfortable.”
Hearing her husband’s account, Vogue later voiced her unhappy opinions on the proposal on the couple’s shared podcast, stating that it was “all about [Spencer]” and called for him to pop the question to her a second time.
“I heard Spencer talking about his proposal on his and Jamie’s podcast and I actually went in and felt ped off,” the TV presenter said.
“I was like ‘You know what? That was st, that was a st proposal.’ That might be one of those things… I’d like another proposal that’s not st and not all about you.”
Spencer sounded sympathetic as he agreed with his wife’s response, admitting that the “awkward” proposal had “haunted” him in the years afterwards.