Vogue Williams has shared a lovely snap of herself and Spencer, as the family enjoy time away in a Scottish estate owned by Spencer’s family.
The couple, who share children Theo, Gigi and Otto, married in the lush Glen Affric Estate — which is owned by Spencer’s family — back in 2017, and continue to attend the estate in the Scottish Highlands regularly, including with their kids.
Sharing a snap of the snowy Scottish mountains, Vogue and Spencer wore matching yellow beanies as they smiled for the camera; with Vogue saying that the family were looking forward to the family time away for ‘so long.’
‘We have been looking forward to this time away with our family for so long,’ Vogue wrote on Instagram. ‘V chill, lots of gym sessions, tiny runs (I can handle 4K before I lose interest!).’
Vogue added that while her children are enjoying themselves, Otto hasn’t been feeling the best — writing ‘The kids are having a great time, Otto is really testing out my arms because as soon as I’m near him I have to hold him the whole time!
‘He’s still not feeling the best but defo starting to feel better… I hope you’re all having a lovely Christmas.’
People wished Vogue’s family well on their holiday, with one person writing ‘That fresh air and beautiful countryside looks to refreshing and energising, and springtime is just around the corner.’
‘Quality time at its best — enjoy!!’ another commented, while another commented ‘so wonderful to see your lovely family and Spencer thriving have a wonderful Xmas and new year.’
Vogue and Spencer’s getaway comes as Vogue addressed rumours that the family had moved back to Ireland after buying a new home in Vogue’s Howth hometown.
After sharing photos of their new pad to her Instagram, the rumour mill went into overdrive with reports that the family were permanently relocating back to Ireland — but Vogue said that while they were planning on spending the holidays in Ireland, they aren’t back for good.
‘We haven’t moved to Ireland,’ Vogue wrote on her Instagram. ‘We moved house and plan to spend more of the school holidays here. We also haven’t sold our place in London!’