Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews go public with their romance
Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews made their romance public with a trip to celebrate Disneyland Paris' 25th Anniversary over the weekend
Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews made their relationship public with a trip to Disneyland Paris over the weekend.
The couple - who have remained tight-lipped on what's been going on between them - have confirmed they're dating by sharing a picture of them locking lips on Instagram as they joined the likes of Kym Marsh, Lisa Snowdon and John Legend at the park in the French capital to celebrate Disneyland Paris' 25th Anniversary.
Captioning the loved up post, Spencer wrote: "My friends are so cute xx (sic)"
He also shared a picture of the pair, wearing matching Donald Duck and Daisy Duck hats, standing in front of the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle.
He wrote alongside the sweet shot: "Amazing day @disneylandparis with @voguewilliams... An element of perfection to it. #StayYoungAtHeart x (sic)"
Vogue shared the same picture, adding herself: "I'm never leaving @disneylandparis ... hat goals with @spencermatthews (sic)"
Spencer, Vogue and her pals spent the weekend trying out all the rides and meeting some of her favourite Disney characters. The group were also able to catch John's stunning performance of 'Beauty and the Beast'.
She said: "I loved that John Legend played Beauty and the Beast because that was always my favourite movie growing up and that's my tie to Disneyland this time round.
"I'm here with Spencer, my friend James, Ricky and Dan and we've all been literally running around the parks going on non-stop roller coasters and meeting loads of the characters so it's been an epic two days. Everyone has fun, everyone is smiling and I just think it's amazing."
Whilst Spencer added: "I'm a huge Disney fan even though I'm supposed to be an adult. I feel like it's very important in life to feel young and Disney Parks keep young so as often as I can you'll find me at a Disney park.
"John Legend is a hero. Seeing him perform live for the first time for me in front of the Disney castle was a very memorable experience, something I won't forget."
Spencer and Vogue met when they were competing on 'The Jump' and whilst Vogue had to quit early because she had injured her right knee, Spencer went on to win the show.
Speaking about his triumph, he explained: "I feel great about The Jump. I was very lucky to win. It was a fantastic experience, I'd never skied before and the whole thing worked out really well. I felt slightly bad for Louis (Smith) because he's the better athlete by miles, I just happened to pip him on the night when it mattered and it was a bit emotional actually as well.
"Winning it was fantastic, you know all those Olympians and stuff, I really wasn't expecting to so it was great. I'm back from visiting my family abroad for a week and now I'm back I'm hoping to do big things this year!"