Hello! Hello! Hello!

On eve of her wed­ding, Vogue nets an­other mag­a­zine deal

The Irish Mail on Sunday - - RUSSIA 2018 - By Ni­amh Walsh

WHILE most peo­ple rely on photo al­bums or an iPhone cam­era roll to record their most trea­sured mo­ment for pos­ter­ity, Vogue Wil­liams can boast a col­lec­tion of mag­a­zine ar­ti­cles for her life mile­stones.

And this week­end Vogue marked an­other big oc­ca­sion with an­other big money mag­a­zine deal with Hello! mag­a­zine as she is set to be­come Mrs Vogue Matthews.

The pop­u­lar tele­vi­sion pre­sen­ter was spot­ted board­ing a pri­vate jet on Thurs­day with her fam­ily who flew over from Spain. And as she is un­der­stood to have signed a deal for more than £50,000 for the pic­ture rights to her wed­ding with Hello! mag­a­zine, it seems that pri­vate jets are a lux­ury she can af­ford.

The cou­ple an­nounced their en­gage­ment in Jan­uary and are ex­pect­ing their first child in three months’ time.

The Irish Mail on Sun­day revealed that the cou­ple were ex­pect­ing, and just two weeks later Vogue and Spencer sat for a photo shoot and in­ter­view con­firm­ing their good news to Hello! They were paid over £50,000 for that ex­clu­sive.

On Thurs­day the cou­ple were pic­tured board­ing a pri­vate jet in Scot­land with fam­ily and friends. Vogue’s mother San­dra Wilson flew in from Spain, her sis­ter Am­ber flew in from Ire­land and her brother Fred­er­ick and his wife and young son also flew in from abroad for the cel­e­bra­tions.

The TV pre­sen­ter, 32, and her re­al­ity TV star beau, 29, looked re­laxed and happy as they headed to the Matthews fam­ily’s 10,000-acre Glen Af­fric Es­tate in Scot­land.

In 2012, ex­clu­sive ac­cess of Vogue’s first wed­ding to for­mer Westlife star Brian McFad­den, was sold to Hello! She later had a col­umn with the mag­a­zine in which she wrote about the break-up of that mar­riage.

i do: Vogue Wil­liams has sold wed­ding pic­ture rights to Hello! mag­a­zine

merg­ers: From left: Vogue with Spencer; with Brian McFad­den; and an­nounc­ing her baby news

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