Vogue Williams has slammed an ‘awful’ passenger who refused to swap seats with her so she could sit next to her family on a plane.
The model, 37, had accidentally booked the wrong seat, so she wasn’t beside her husband Spencer Matthews and their kids Theodore, three, Gigi, two and Otto, four months.
The family had been returning home from Gibraltar when the incident occurred.
Angry: Vogue Williams has slammed an ‘awful’ passenger who refused to swap seats with her on a plane (pictured in December 2021 with husband Spencer and kids Theodore and Gigi)
Speaking on her podcast, Spencer and Vogue, the TV personality said the passenger snapped at her and refused to move.
‘I was sitting in an aisle of three and I had booked the wrong seat in the other aisle and that was my mistake,’ the presenter explained.
Made in Chelsea star Spencer and their daughter Gigi were originally sat in the window seat and middle seat on the row next to Vogue.
He asked the man if he would swap with Vogue, but he wasn’t having it at first.
Vogue said: ‘Spenny was like, ‘would you mind doing window instead of aisle so we can be all together?’ and he’s like ‘yes Spencer, I would mind.’
‘We were just like, ‘oh, okay dude, that’s okay,’ and so anyway when he realised he was being an absolute t**t, he looked at me with a newborn baby and the two kids beside me, ‘he was like okay, fine, fine I’ll do it.’
Mistake: The model, 37, had accidentally booked the wrong seat, so she wasn’t beside her family (pictured with Otto, four months in July)
‘Literally, the airhostess came down and I was like, ‘have you got another aisle seat for this f***ing particular piece of s***e over here?’ He was awful.’
Spencer added: ‘He was rubbish.’
Mum-of-three Vogue also said it is a ‘nightmare’ to have children on a plane and encouraged listeners to assist when possible.
She said: ‘I feel like when people have kids, it is a nightmare on flights. If you can in any way help them out, do.’
Tough times: Mum-of-three Vogue also said it is a ‘nightmare’ to have children on a plane and encouraged listeners to assist when possible (pictured with Spencer in June)
The presenter told MailOnline she would be happy with a fourth addition to her family after breezing through her labour with son Otto James in April.
In an exclusive interview, Vogue said: ‘I would have a million kids, I love having children around us and having a big family.
‘I hate the thought of never having a baby again because I love the whole newborn phase. Being a mum is literally my favourite thing in the world.
‘I would like to think that we’d have one more but right now I need to see how we get on as a family of five. I had a lovely labour with Otto.
‘I had a great day with Spencer. I loved the whole day. I walked into the hospital and thought I’d do this as a job if I could just give birth for other people – and not be pregnant – I would happily do it.
‘We were lucky because I know it’s not the same for everybody. It’s painful, the gas and air was great fun, and I did that and had an epidural at the end, which was very much needed.’
Vogue and Spencer have been together since meeting while competing in Channel 4 celebrity ski competition, The Jump, in early 2017.
The couple announced their engagement in February 2018 and got married in June 2018 in a secret ceremony in the Scottish Highlands at Spencer’s family’s 30,000-acre estate.
Wild thing: The reality star shared a series of images from the family’s Ibiza break on Monday, displaying her jaw-dropping figure in a leopard print bikini with Theo, three
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