Who Is Vogue Williams, Pippa Middleton's Sister-in-Law and Irish Model?
You know Kate Middleton's parents' names, Prince Louis's birth date and exactly how Queen Elizabeth likes her four-times-a-day gin and Dubonnet...yeah, you're pretty much a royals expert.
But the royally tangential, while their spotlight is fleeting and their official photographs few and far between, can be just as captivating as the royal family themselves.
Case in point: Vogue Williams, wife of Spencer Matthews and sister-in-law to Pippa Middleton (by way of her husband, James Matthews, brother to Spencer).
Yes, Williams is married to Pippa's husband James's younger brother, Spencer, who also happens to be BFFs with Pippa and Kate Middleton's brother, James Middleton (stay with us, people).
Williams, 33, is an Irish model and media personality. She first appeared in Ireland's version of The Hills, called Fade Street (which, for the record, sounds epic). She was first married in 2012, to former boy band member Brian McFadden (whom she appeared with on the celeb dancing competition Stepping Out), before their divorce in 2017.
In 2018, Williams became engaged to Matthews, who was then a reality TV star on Made in Chelsea. The two were married that same year, and have one child, a son, named Theodore Frederick Michael Matthews.
Judging from her Instagram, Williams is also an influencer. She has her own sunless tanning brand (Bare by Vogue) and frequently posts about beauty and clothing brands she's using (along with pics of little baby Theo, so we highly recommend following). She also recently took part in a ladies' charity horse race event (that's soooo royal family of you, Vogue) at which hubby Spencer cheered her on.
She also appears on British TV talk show Lorraine for the series's style segment, so if you're visiting London anytime soon, you may want to turn on the telly and see if you can catch her dishing out fashion tips for us peasants.
Our most burning question: Does Meghan Markle pick up style suggestions from her sorta-almost-sister-in-law a few times removed? Or is it the other way around? Regardless, we're sold.