Ulrika Jonsson isn't enjoying the interruption to her love life that the coronavirus has caused - particularly as it comes just months after she got back into the dating game.
The mother-of-four is isolating with her children, Bo, 19, Martha, 15 and Malcolm, 11, away from her new partner due to their respective parental responsibilities and she isn't happy about it.
It comes after Jonsson dished back in February that she had had sex for the first time in five years after meeting someone new.
Writing in The Sun, the 52-year-old said of her mystery man: "It’s been over a week since we last saw each other and neither of us know when we might be reunited."
She also reflected on how much she had been enjoying the new lease of life dating had given her following on from her divorce from third husband Brian Monet, however, Jonsson noted: "I have loved feeling appreciated and adored. The situation has brought so much joy and hope. The future feels exciting.
"Love in a time of corona, however, feels anxiety-fuelled and uncertain."
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The former weather girl said they had been trying to keep the relationship alive through WhatsApping and video calls, but said she was "crying out" for physical contact.
"I want to snog the face off my man, touch his strong arms," she said before nothing that she felt "lucky" for "having someone to miss".
Jonsson has previously spoken out about the lack of intimacy she experienced in her marriage to Monet and how it had made her feel "lonely".
She shared that while the pair were "great parents” together, they had "got lost in obligations" before they divorced last year.