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She added: "I love anything that you can learn something from.

The thing about Strictly is I did Dancing With The Stars in Australia which is their version and I was awful at it!

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Vogue continued: "I think I’ve figured out a way to be smarter about it for myself, I don't think that talking about any personal relationships of mine is ever going to lead to anything good and I think that last year really taught me that."Going forward, I’m going to keep my love life private, just because it’s nicer and it’s less stress and you don’t have people constantly wondering about things."You have that to yourself and that’s your home life, so if you keep it separated it’s easier.

Once you start doing it [talking about relationships] you’re giving too much of yourself away and I did that, but I wouldn’t do it anymore."Vogue has previously starred on the likes of Bear Grylls, Dancing With The Stars and Stepping Out and she admitted it would be "fun" to also do Strictly Come Dancing.

Williams last month thanked Fox for her "hangover" with a selfie and this week shared a picture of herself with the actor-turned singer while out for dinner.

Williams split from Mc Fadden in July 2015 after nearly three years of marriage.Or for more choice check out our edit of alternatives in the carousel below, including picks from Pretty Little Thing, Topshop and Tory Burch- all budgets covered!Perfect for spring, style with nude courts and a clutch for your next big event! I understand if you want to explore that side, but there are quite a few women who go a lot while their husbands are at home.Rocking a blue and white co-ord set by British designer Zoe Jordan, Vogue Williams looked super chic in the tie dye neoprene top and skirt combo.And the good news is this set is available to buy online now, click right to get the tee and below to complete the look with the matching skirt.It’s so hard, but yeah I would."[Strictly] would be fun!

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