Spencer Matthews is an affluent socialite, raised in London, and best known for his stint on the reality TV show Made in Chelsea. He is also recognised as a founding member of the Michael Matthews Foundation, which is dedicated to his brother.
Spencer’s reputation made him a great asset to the Made in Chelsea cast. His witty personality and natural charm complement each other well and he fit in perfectly with the show.
However, Spencer’s ‘bad boy’ days ended when he met his wife, Irish model, Vogue Williams in 2017. The two later married in a lavish ceremony in June 2018 at Spencer’s family estate in Scotland. Shortly after, they welcomed baby Theodore into the world. Spencer’s womanizer ways have been swapped for daddy day-care, which suits him rather well!
Spencer’s TV debuts didn’t stop at Made in Chelsea. He has featured in a number of reality shows including the 2017 series of The Jump. This was a challenging and exciting show to watch, with Spencer winning the competition, beating Olympian Louis Smith. This was also where he met his beloved wife. A year later, he joined the likes of Joey Essex and Lydia Bright, attempting to run a hotel on the Greek island of Ios.
His link to the royal family doesn’t come as a shock to most people, as his brother is married to Pippa Middleton. But, in addition to this, Spencer is a co-founder of his company Eden Rocks Diamonds. The business sells a range of luxury diamond pieces and jewellery, making Spencer a very successful businessman.
Taking to Instagram, Spencer shares sweet snaps posing with his wife and son, documenting life as a parent. He also shares images from days out and holidays with close friends and family. With a keen interest in men’s fashion, Spencer also shares stylish outfit photos with his thousands of fans.
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