Vogue Williams hits back at troll who called her son Otto ‘ugly’
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Vogue Williams has hit back at a troll on social media who called her baby son Otto 'ugly' in horrible messages.
The vile message came after Vogue spoke out about a plane passenger who refused to swap seats with her so she could be closer to her family.
Posting the message she received after she had shared her story, the troll appeared to call four-month-old Otto 'ugly' and said they wouldn't have swapped seats because they 'wouldn't want to sit close to the baby'.
Hitting back at the troll, mum-of-three Vogue said: “Enough of this. I would never expect or demand anyone swaps a seat with me. It was a joke that definitely didn’t land.”
Vogue, who is married to Made in Chelsea's Spencer Matthews, spoke about the incident on the Spencer & Vogue podcast.
She explained that she prefers to be seated at the front of the plane because she usually has hand luggage, a buggy and baby in tow.
Discussing her travel requirements, she said: “I want to be at the front of the plane, and I would like, preferably, a window seat so that I can try and go to sleep with the baby in my arms, or an aisle if there’s nothing free.”
Vogue then recalled one incident where a passenger refused to swap seats with her so she could be closer to her family.
She explained she had asked to swap seats with a passenger, after she had booked the wrong seats and was away from her husband and three children.
“I was sitting in a row of three, and Spenny and Gina were in the other seat. So they were in the aisle seat and the middle seat so we were almost in a five," she said.
She continued: "You were like, ‘would you mind being in the window seat instead of the aisle so that we can all be together?
“He was like, ‘yes Spencer, I would mind’. We were just like, ‘okay, dude’.”
Vogue explained that eventually, the passenger did swap seats.
"Anyway, when he realised he was being an absolute t***, because he looked at me with a newborn baby and the two kids beside me he was like, ‘okay, fine, I’ll do it’," she recalled.
"The air hostess came down and I was like, ‘would you have another aisle seat for this f**king particular piece of s**t over here?’ He was awful, awful."