Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews welcomed their baby boy into the world on September 5 and the parents are certainly going through all the highs and lows of parenthood.


Vogue has yet to reveal the name of her baby boy, but she has been posting plenty of baby updates with fans on her Instagram.


The new mum has shared snaps of everything from her baby boy’s adorable leopard print booties to her son’s pristine pram.



Earlier this morning, Vogue experienced a struggle every mum knows all too well. They say mum sleeps when the baby sleeps but sometimes that couldn’t be further from the truth.


Vogue posted a selfie of herself in bed and she looked pretty frazzled. She had her hand placed over her head and was looking over at her baby boy.


She captioned the snap: “Will he go back to sleep if I’m really quiet?”



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We all know just how hard those sleepless nights can be, but you just need to remind yourself that it'll get easier day by day.


Vogue was recently hit by a wave of backlash for returning to work so shortly after giving birth, but the presenter stressed that it is her choice and she was happy to do it.



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“I’m not fully back to work yet. It was one shoot. I only intend on taking jobs where I can have my baby with me as I’m breastfeeding so we shall be glued together for a few months.”

We hope Vogue continues to share her new life as a mum with the public. Power to her for standing up to the mum-shamers.




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