Spencer Matthews has said he would marry his wife Vogue Williams "every year" if he could, after the couple tied the knot for a second time.

Last summer the TV stars wed in an intimate ceremony at his family's 10,000-acre Glen Affric estate in Cannich, Scotland while Williams was pregnant with their first child, son Theodore, who was born in September.

Earlier this month they enjoyed a second ceremony in front of family and friends which was officiated by Matthews' former Made In Chelsea co-star Jamie Laing.

Williams told Hello! magazine: "He was so funny, he just made the whole thing hilarious - but he was sweet too, he said such lovely things about us and he knows us both so well, so it worked out perfectly."

Jamie Laing officiated Vogue and Spencer's second wedding ceremony

The ceremony took place at Westminster Boating Base on the banks of the River Thames shortly after Laing was forced to pull out of the new season of Strictly Come Dancing due to an injury.

The couple revealed that their wedding guests used his crutch to do the limbo at the party after the ceremony.

They originally tied the knot in a secret ceremony in the summer of 2018 in front of close family including Matthews' brother James and his wife Pippa Middleton.

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Matthews said: "We get on so well, laugh all the time, and just don't bicker. I feel like I have married my best friend - twice.

"If I could marry Vogue every year, I would, but two weddings will do. I think we are probably done now!"

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Williams also revealed that they included their one-year-old son Theodore in the ceremony.

She said, "He only made a fleeting appearance. He was supposed to be a page boy and walk up the aisle on his walker but he didn't manage it so I carried him up the aisle, and it was actually nicer like that."

Matthews added, "It was so great for him to be a part of his mummy and daddy getting hitched, and we will be able to show him the photos when he gets older."

The full interview is in the current issue of Hello! magazine.