Spencer Matthews has admitted it’s only a matter of time before he and girlfriend Vogue Williams take the plunge and move in together.
As proof that the Howth-born model and TV presenter appears to have tamed the reality star Lothario, he said he envisaged them living together in London.
The Diary can reveal that, despite dating for only six months, the loved-up couple are talking about about taking the next step in their relationship.
“It’s on the cards, I’d say,” Spencer said.
The multi-millionaire Made in Chelsea star added that he “always had a soft spot for the Irish” and loved coming over to visit these shores.
“You guys have a good sense of humour and you take things on the chin. The Irish are just good people, they always have been. They see it as it is,” he said.
He also spoke about his decision to adopt a striking new hairstyle, after shav- ing his hair and dying it blonde.
Spencer, whose brother James is married to Pippa Middleton, said he did it after filming for Channel 4 show Hunted, which saw him and Jamie Laing being pursued by former military personnel.
“That was great fun. I shaved my hair to be undetected and I dyed it because I’m a massive Justin Bieber fan,” he said.
The celebrity couple were looking their usual loved-up selves as Vogue took to the decks at the Desperados Inner Tequila Studios at Longitude over the weekend.
Spencer said afterwards that he thought Vogue did “amazingly well” as she churned out the hits for the festival attendees, looking stunning in her leopard-print dress.
“I was really proud of her, but the festival itself is great and looks like an awesome time,” he said.
Also spotted in the area was RTE’s Blathnaid Treacy, who took a selfie with the couple, as well as 2fm presenter Tara Stewart.
However, Vogue and Spencer were only making a one-day appearance at the festival, given that they had an achingly early start on Saturday.
The pair flew off at 5am to spend a few days in Spain ahead of Vogue starting work on her three new documentaries for RTE.
“We have pretty s**t lives, to be honest,” Spencer joked.
Vogue added that things were going “really, really good” and she’s getting lots of work, both here and in London.
“I’d say I work more there than I do here so I have to be based there but I come back to Dublin every week, which I sort of need,” she said.
“I need to come back here, I feel like it’s my home and I like to get back here.”