RANDY Spencer Matthews has revealed he and wife Vogue Williams have had sex in public places.
The former Made In Chelsea star lifted the lid on the couple’s wild sex life on their podcast.
Spencer Matthews has shared naughty details from his sex life with Vogue Williams The couple are proud parents to three children
The dad-of-three said they have done “all kind of weird s***”, but it was a case of too much information for Vogue, who tried to hurry him along.
Discussing the strangest thing they’ve ever done, Spencer said: “We’ve done all kinds of weird s***. What are you talking about?”
Vogue asked: “Like what?”
Spencer revealed: “We have sex in public places.”
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Vogue stopped him saying: “No we don’t. Would you stop, no we don’t. Where?”
Spencer replied: “In the sauna.”
Vogue didn’t deny this claim and said: “That’s not a public place.”
Spencer replied: “Well it kind of is, anyone can walk in.”
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Vogue wanted to move on saying: “Anyway we’re not getting into that.”
Earlier on in the podcast, the pair bickered about their differing childhood experiences.
Spencer told how his mother would go to great lengths for him as a child, sewing patches over any brand logos on clothes he had.
Model Vogue said she wouldn’t do the same for their son Theodore.
Vogue said: “I would not pander to that crap.
“Your mum just panders to you. There’s a few traits in you, I have to say, that I would put down to your mother.
“You can be quite self-centred at times because you would’ve always gotten your way as a child and you always had everything.
“All I’m saying is it doesn’t come naturally to you.”
Spencer conceded: “Well obviously I put myself first.”
Vogue added: “You have a terrible habit of that.”
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Spencer said: “But that’s standard. I wouldn’t change that.
“You’re on par with me in my eyes and the kids but nobody else is obviously.”