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Vogue Williams teases there's 'a little truth' to Spencer Matthews romance rumours

Vogue Williams is extremely proud of her close friend and love interest Spencer Matthews following his win on The Jump.

Vogue Williams has surprised fans by revealing there is "a little truth" to the rumours she's been dating reality star Spencer Matthews.

The TV presenter and model was linked to the Made in Chelsea Lothario after both competed in competition The Jump, which Spencer ended up winning on Sunday’s (12Mar17) final.

And during an appearance on talk show Lorraine, Vogue confessed there has been something between her and the handsome star as she gushed about his victory on the programme.

“Maybe a little bit of truth in the matter. You weren’t expecting that answer! We were really close friends, we’re just really close, really close friends and yeah, we’ve been getting on very well,” she smiled on Wednesday (15Mar17).

“I was so proud of him for doing that because he worked really, really hard. He thought he was brilliant at the start and then he sort of realised that (Olympic gymnast and fellow contestant) Louis (Smith) was amazing. Louis was amazing at everything he did but Spencer pushed himself so hard, he deserved it, he definitely deserved to win.”

Her revelation comes after former The Only Way Is Essex star Amy Childs was forced to clear up rumours she was getting intimate with Spencer.

“So many articles, so just want to squash the romance rumours. I love @SpencerMatthews to bits but we just good friends,” Amy posted on Tuesday.,

Now The Jump is over Vogue, 31, is focusing on her latest TV venture, titled Vogue Williams Investigates Transgender. Explaining she’s done a lot of work with the LGTB community in her home country of Ireland, the blonde beauty is pleased to be bringing it to the small screen.

“I just wanted to investigate it and think about it because I don’t think a lot of people understand it or get what it is,” she said. “I just wanted to make people feel more educated on it and be more inclusive. It ended up being one of the most amazing shows to ever make."

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