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    Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams have chosen James Middleton to be one of the godparents to their son

    The former 'Made In Chelsea' star and Irish model-and-DJ Vogue have asked James - the brother of Duchess Catherine, the wife of future British monarch Prince William - to be godfather to their eight-month-old son Theodore, and the entrepreneur has accepted


    Speaking in the Sebastian Shakespeare column in The Daily Mail newspaper, James said: "Very kindly they asked me. I'm delighted to be a godfather."

    There is a family connection between the reality TV star and James as his other sister Pippa Middleton married Spencer's brother James Matthews in May 2017

    Spencer - who tied the knot with Vogue in June 2018 - has revealed that Theodore has a total of five godparents.

    Speaking to VIP magazine, Spencer said: "Vogue went down the family route, her sister Amber is his godmother, my sister Nina is also godmother and then a few of my pals, Max Keble White, my cousin Rob Parker and James Middleton will be his godfathers, not a bad crowd.

    "It's more a nod to our close friends and a nod to their reliability and responsibility. A little gold star on a very good friend."

    Spencer and Vogue want to have their son christened in June to coincide with their first wedding anniversary

    He said: "We're going to christen Theodore at a very similar time to our anniversary, at the same place we got married."

    The couple tied the knot at his family's 10,000 acre Glen Affric Estate near Inverness, Scotland.

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