The Swedish presenter was loving having a new partner before coronavirus came along.
The TV presenter questioned why women had been taught not to sleep with someone on a first date.
The Swedish presenter insisted that “everything is fine,” despite the last few days being “fraught with anxiety and exhaustion."
The 52-year-old TV presenter said, "It was like losing my virginity all over again."
The 52-year-old TV presenter began her career broadcasting the weather for TV-am's 'Good Morning Britain' on ITV in 1989.
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The TV presenter confessed she feels sexier than ever and since her children moved out of home enjoys making love all over the house.
The 52-year-old TV presenter appears on the poster in red lingerie and stockings with the tagline "Be my stocking filler."
The 51-year-old TV presenter is relieved to have had her third divorce finalised after over a decade of living in a "sexless marriage".
She added: 'All of last year was incredibly tough, every minute of every day'