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Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too landed last night, but how did it go down with viewers?

‘Is anything going to fall out of me?’

AHEAD OF THEIR son’s birth in September of last year, Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews invited a camera crew into their home to document their lives both pre and post-baby.

And last night, the first episode of Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too was broadcast on E4.

The episode culminated in the arrival of baby Theodore, but prior to this, we got an insight into the growing concerns the couple had ahead of the labour.

With the help of a variety of food stuffs two days before Vogue’s due date, the couple discussed her cervix, or more specifically, the various stages of dilation her cervix will go through to accommodate the arrival of their first child.

In what was one of the more surreal moments of the programme, the pair focussed their attention on cheerios, doughnuts and bagels, and failed to hide their concern over the increasing size of each item.

“When you’re dilated or dilating, are you just wandering around? Is it just getting bigger?” Spencer asked, sounding vaguely like a 13-year-old in a Biology class.

After Vogue filled her husband in on the whole contraction and dilation process, Spencer landed a line which seems to have weirdly endeared him to viewers.

Does that mean if you drink a bottle of water, it’s just going to pour out of you?

By and large, it seems the show was a hit with viewers, with special mention to Spencer, who according to one Twitter user, is ‘much less of a d*ckhead than he was in 2011.’

High praise, indeed.

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