Vogue Williams has called Stormzy ‘rude’ as the former superfan claimed he ignored her when she and husband Spencer Matthews bumped into him during a date in London.
The presenter, 35, admitted she was left ‘sick to my stomach’ when they ran into him at Cecconi’s Mayfair as she insisted the musician, 27, only greeted the ex-Made In Chelsea star, 32.
Speaking on their eponymous podcast, the TV and radio star said: ”He’s lost a fan. I actually used to love Stormzy, I used to buy his albums and everything … I think it was pretty rude, you’re meant to say hi to people.’
Awkward! Vogue Williams has called Stormzy ‘rude’ as the former superfan claimed he ignored her when she and Spencer Matthews bumped into him during a date (pictured on Wednesday)
Father-of-two Spencer confessed how he was left so starstruck that he didn’t think about introducing Vogue to the chart-topping artist.
The businessman shared: ‘We’re walking down the street and I notice Stormzy sat outside this amazing restaurant Cecconi’s.
‘I walked past him and we clock eyes and he’s like, ”What’s up man, how are you doing?” Gives me a big high five in front of all his crew and I was like, ”Yeah, things are good.” He absolutely ignores Vogue.
‘Vogue is like his biggest fan, I didn’t even bother introducing you because I was so delighted.
‘It made me sick to my stomach’: The presenter, 35, insisted the musician (pictured in 2020), 27, only greeted the ex-Made In Chelsea star, 32, when they saw him at Cecconi’s Mayfair
‘Vogue talks about him morning, noon and night’: Her husband (pictured last month) confessed he was left so starstruck that he didn’t think about introducing Vogue to the artist
‘Vogue talks about him morning, noon and night, has him playing when she’s in the shower, he’s constantly on in this house and he was like, ”Alright Spence, how’s it going?” Sorry are you going to say hi to Vogue? No, not at all.
‘It’s the beginning of a long and beautiful friendship between me and Stormzy … To be fair it was rude not to introduce you but I just loved it too much.’
A frustrated Vogue – who shares children Theodore, two, and Gigi, eight months, with Spencer – added: ‘I would never just say hi to someone’s husband and just think to ignore [their wife]. It was rude, I’m saying it, I’m finished with Stormzy.
‘The only person in this house who bought his albums and listened to him, I’m going to unfollow him as well. It made me sick to my stomach. You were star-struck, I’ll admit that he did make the bigger effort but it was rude not to say hello to me.’
Turning heads: The former model was seen heading to film Steph’s Packed Lunch in Leeds shortly after her podcast episode was released
The media personality soon targeted her emotions towards her spouse, blaming him for the snub.
Blonde beauty Vogue joked: ‘Actually I take that back, Stormzy is not the rude one, Spencer is the rude one you didn’t introduce me, you are such a pile of s**t, you are, you are a piece of s**t.
‘Stormzy probably fancied me and felt awkward, I’m going to slide into his DMs and see how I get on.’MailOnline has contacted Stormzy’s representatives for further comment.
On Wednesday, the former model was seen heading to film Steph’s Packed Lunch in Leeds.
The broadcaster cut a typically stylish figure as she donned a white short-sleeved midi dress with a high collar.
Looking good: The garment featured a green and red floral print while Vogue added height to her frame with a pair of brown boots
The garment featured a green and red floral print while Vogue added height to her frame with a pair of brown boots.
Looking in good spirits for the day, the mother-of-two added to her outfit with a dark blue handbag.
Letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Vogue also sported a pair of dark sunglasses.
It comes as Vogue spoke about the pressure women face about their figures and how she felt ‘really weepy’ when she was ‘skinny-shamed’ by trolls after giving birth to her daughter Gigi eight months ago.
In an interview with New! Magazine, Vogue elaborated on her previous comments where she said she ‘hid’ her toned post-baby body for months because ‘I didn’t want to make anyone else feel bad’.
Fashion: Looking in good spirits for the day, the mother-of-two added to her outfit with a dark blue handbag
Vogue explained that ‘everybody is different’ post-partum as she detailed how fellow mums in public eye; Kate Lawler and Emily Ratajkowski have also been ‘skinny-shamed’ for losing their baby weight shortly after giving birth.
Speaking about her experience, Vogue said: ‘I was called fat and disgusting when I was seven months pregnant, then you’re told you’re concentrating on losing weight rather than looking after your baby.
‘There’s so much trolling from people about everything. I think it’s amazing that Kate is super honest about finding it hard.
Radiant: Letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Vogue also sported a pair of dark sunglasses
‘My whole thing was stop commenting on women’s bodies all the time- it’s so relentless and the conversation is so boring.’
Big Brother star Kate, 40, had previously revealed she was cruelly trolled for ‘losing most of her baby weight’ after giving birth to her daughter Noa.
Kate recently admitted she had hired a £140-a-night nanny to help her with her newborn baby, after suffering sleepless nights since giving birth.
Earlier this month, Vogue explained that she ‘didn’t want to make anyone else feel bad’ about how she’d lost the weight following the birth of her second child- and said focusing on mental health and pelvic floors as a new mum was more important.
Cruel: It comes as Vogue spoke about the pressure women face about their figures and how she felt ‘really weepy’ when she was ‘skinny-shamed’ by trolls after giving birth to her daughter Gigi eight months ago (pictured six weeks after giving birth)
Speaking with The Sun, Vogue said: ‘There is so much pressure put on women about this and I didn’t want to add to that when, instead of worrying about losing the baby weight, we should be worrying about where our pelvic floor is at and how our mental health is doing.
‘It’s purely down to my body type that I went back to how I was before without too much effort, and I did find myself trying to hide that for the first few months.
‘I just didn’t want to make anyone else feel bad by being all, ‘hey, look at me after having a baby,’ because the last thing anyone wants to see is someone who’s lost the weight quicker than you.’
Vogue added that it’s impossible to win online as people will always comment on posts, whether it’s saying she lost weight fast or carried the baby weight.
Proud parents: The couple are parents to son Theodore, two, and daughter Gigi, eight months