Vogue Williams shares adorable Easter Sunday family snaps

Vogue Williams took to Instagram on Easter Sunday to post adorable photos of her kids with chocolate and eggs for the day there.

Celebrities from across Ireland spent Easter Sunday with their families and showed their followers how they spent April 17. Some even took a trip to Coachella to soak up some live music!

For Vogue, who are about to have their third child with Spencer Matthews, Easter Sunday was spent with son Theodore and daughter Gigi.

Vogue captioned the adorable photos with the caption: “Happy Easter everyone.” What a beautiful day, we roasted the Spens moms… SUPERB! The kids ate way too much chocolate, I’m planning a second round of roast…a perfect Easter Sunday.

Fans flooded the comments with messages of support and wished Vogue and her family the best of luck on the National Day.

One person said: ‘Adorable! Hope you have a fabulous day. I love the picture of Gigi going there with the egg. ‘

Vogue Williams took to Instagram on Easter Sunday to post adorable photos of her kids with chocolate and eggs for the day there. Photo: Instagram/Vogue Williams.

Another user added: “Awwwww these fabulous photos and memories…you and Joanne bring me to life every morning on my walks.”

While one person remarked, “Gorgeous little yellow sundress on GiGi. She is totally adorable.

Easter celebrations started early with Theodore and Gigi eating early morning eggs in their pajamas.

Vogue and her family enjoyed a chocolate-filled Easter Sunday. Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Later that day, the siblings wore matching carrot headbands as they headed out to try and find the eggs the Easter Bunny had left behind!

It’s been a busy time for Vogue, which continues to air hilarious episodes of its hit podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me with Joanne McNally.

A recent episode saw the hosts joke about not voting for Leo Varadkar again if he didn’t follow them online.

“I don’t know which political party he belongs to, but I would have found out and I wouldn’t have voted for them anymore. This is the last time I vote for Sinn Féin; this is the last time I will vote for Sinn Féin,” they cheekily joked.

Alicia R. Rucker