Ulrika Jonsson has revealed she is enjoying her sex life more in her 50s than she did when she was in her 30s and wants to ‘squeeze in any bits of special loving’ that she can.
The presenter, 53, revealed earlier in the year that she had rediscovered her sex drive after having sex for the first time in five years following the end of her marriage to Brian Monet.
She had said she and Brian only had sex once in eight years, so she is making up for lost time.
Ulrika wrote in her Best magazine column: ‘In my 50s my approach to sex has changed so considerably I have to say I’m enjoying sex now, whenever I can access it, just as much as in my 30s if not more.
‘I may not feel as confident with my body as I did when I was younger but there is a real feeling of just wanting to feel that passion again and keeping holding on to that feeling for as long as possible.’
The mother of four added that women are expected to give up on being ‘sexual creatures’ when they reach the menopause, but says this should not be the case.
She explained: ‘I can’t help feeling that time is kind of running out. I now have more years behind me than I do in front of me and I want to make sure I really squeeze in any bits of special loving I can.’
Earlier in the year, Ulrika had revealed she met a man on social media who she began an intimate relationship with, likening it to being a virgin again.
She wrote in a column for The Sun in February: ‘I had been left feeling so repulsive and rejected over the past years that the chances of having a physical experience again were slim to none. I had become unintentionally celibate.’
Ulrika added: ‘I joke that it was like losing my virginity all over again — except this time I felt much more in control and considerably less scared. This was not our first date, but I knew the first time I met him that I was attracted to him.’
She’s previously spoken honestly about the dry spells her marriage went through in the hopes others would not feel alone if they were going through the same.
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