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Here's everything you need to know about Vogue Williams' new reality TV show with Spencer Matthews

Apparently it’s going to be a “mockumentary” like The Office…

THIS AFTERNOON, IRISH reality TV star Vogue Williams made a big announcement on her Instagram.

Following a year of big announcements on social media which included news of her engagement, wedding, pregnancy and the birth of her first son, Vogue informed all of her followers that she’s working on a brand new reality TV show with her husband Spencer Matthews. 

It’s called Spencer and Vogue Adult(ish) and it’ll air on Channel 4′s entertainment network E4. Vogue and Spencer have finally wrapped up filming and Vogue informed her fans that it was “so much fun filming”. The series will take a look at the couple’s relationship and how they prepared for the birth of baby Theodore, as well as offering us a glimpse into Vogue’s dramatic experiences in labour and her everyday domestic life, as if we didn’t see enough of that on Instagram. 

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If you’re expecting Vogue and Spencer’s TV show to be like any of their previous work (like Made in Chelsea, or Vogue’s documentaries) you’ll probably be disappointed. The three-part series will apparently be “the precise opposite” of Made in Chelsea, with Spencer Matthews suggesting that it’s more of a mockumentary sitcom, like The Office.

Yep, we’re just as baffled as you are.

Spencer Matthews told Mail Online that “There is zero structure to it and it’s very free-flowing. It’s almost a bit like unscripted comedy. It’s funny.” The 29-year-old also added that he “wanted to refrain from structured reality”, which sounds like something somebody would say after taking acid for the first time, but was actually a comment made in reference to all of the reality TV shows on his CV. 

Vogue confirmed on Twitter that the show will be released in early 2019, so you won’t have to wait too long to see it on your screens. 

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