Vogue Williams has slammed a brutal troll who abused her aimed at her baby son, Otto – after a plane passenger refused to swap seats with him in the wake of the star.
Last week the 37-year-old presenter termed the male passenger as ‘terrible’ after he initially refused to move seats so that he could sit next to his family.
After detailing the incident, Vogue revealed that an Instagram user had sent her lewd messages branding Otto, four months, ‘ugly’ and saying he would never swap seats with her because He doesn’t want to ‘sit close’ to the child.
Wiley: Vogue Williams has pulled up a brutal troll who abused her aimed at her baby son, Otto – after a plane passenger refused to swap seats with her in the wake of the star (with Otto pictured, four months)
Vogue wrote: ‘That’s it. I would never expect or demand that someone swap a seat with me. It was a joke that definitely didn’t land.’
It comes days after Vogue reported the plane incident, which occurred when she, husband Spencer Matthews and their children Theodore, three, Gigi, two, and Otto were returning home from Gibraltar.
The model had booked the wrong seat by mistake, so she was not with her loved ones.
Speaking on her podcast, Spencer & Vogue, the TV personality said that the passenger taunted her and refused to budge.
The presenter explained, ‘I was sitting in aisle three and I had booked the wrong seat in the second aisle and it was my fault.
Made In Chelsea star Spencer and her daughter Gigi originally sat in the window seat and middle seat next to Vogue.
Angry: Last week the presenter, 37, dubbed the male passenger ‘terrible’ after she initially refused to move seats so she could sit next to her family (in December 2021 with husband Spencer and kids Theodore) and pictured with Gigi)
He asked the man if he’d swap with Vogue, but he didn’t have it at first.
Vogue said: ‘Spanish was like, ‘Would you like to do the window instead of the aisle so we can all be together?’ And he’s like ‘Yeah Spencer, I’d feel bad’.
‘We were like, ‘Oh, well man, it’s okay,’ and anyway when he realized he was a complete t**t, he saw me with a newborn baby and two kids next to me , ‘That was okay, okay, okay, I’ll do it.’
‘Literally, the airhostess came down and I was like, ‘Have you got another aisle seat for this particular piece of s***e?’ That was terrible.’
Spencer said: ‘That was bullshit.’
The mum-of-three Vogue also said that having kids on the plane is a ‘nightmare’ and encouraged listeners to help whenever possible.
She said: ‘I feel like when people have kids, it’s a nightmare on flights. If you can help them in any way, then do.’
Tough times: After detailing the incident, Vogue revealed that an Instagram user branding Otto, four months, ‘ugly’ was sending her vile messages saying he’d never swap seats with her. – Won’t change because he ‘doesn’t want to sit close’ baby
Elsewhere during the travel chat, Vogue said, although it may sound ‘diva-ish’, she prefers to sit in front of planes only in a window seat or an aisle seat.
She said: ‘It sounds diva-ish but I don’t want to be right behind the plane because I’m usually carrying hand luggage, a baby and a buggy.’
‘I want to be at the front of the plane and I want a window, preferably a window seat so I can go to sleep with the baby in my arm or an aisle seat if nothing is free.’
Recalling a recent incident, Vogue said that a kind lady gave her her seat as she was with one of her children.
He said: ‘This lady comes along, owner of the aisle seat, and she said, no no, you have a baby, I’ll sit in the middle. I was like, You are a messenger from God, you are so kind.’
The presenter told MailOnline that she would be happy to have the fourth addition to her family following her delivery with son Otto James in April.
In an exclusive interview, Vogue said: ‘I’ll have a million kids, I love having kids around me and having a big family.
‘I hate the idea of never having a baby again because I love the whole newborn stage. Being a mother is really my favorite thing in the world.
‘I’d like to think we’ll have another one but right now I need to see how we go on as a family of five. I had a lovely labor with Otto.
‘I had a great day with Spencer. I loved all day. I went to the hospital and thought I would do it as a job. If I could give birth to other people – and not get pregnant – I would happily do it.
‘We were lucky because I know it’s not the same for everyone. It’s painful, the gas and wind was a lot of fun, and I did that and finally had an epidural, which was very much needed.’
Vogue and Spencer have been together since meeting in early 2017 while competing in the Channel 4 celebrity ski competition, The Jump.
The couple announced their engagement in February 2018 and married in June 2018 in a secret ceremony in the Scottish Highlands at the Spencer’s family’s 30,000-acre estate.
Wild Thing: The reality star shared a series of images from the family’s Ibiza break on Monday, showcasing a jaw-dropping picture of her in a leopard print bikini