ULRIKA Jonsson joked the coronavirus lockdown is playing havoc with her rediscovered sex life in a funny Instagram story.
The 52-year-old went five years without sex while married to ex Brian Monet, but she has since spoken of her joy in the bedroom after meeting a new man.
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Confined to her home with her children, Ulrika turned to doing some DIY, but her thoughts soon took an X-rated turn.
Sharing a pic of her assembling a piece from IKEA, she wrote: "The only holes being filled in my house #justsaying."
She then reassured her followers the item had been delivered earlier in the year and she hadn't ventured out to go shopping.
In an interview with The Sun in February, Ulrika described what it was like being intimate again.
She said: "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.
"But what was most revelatory for me was not having sex again, it was the renewal of intimacy and a profound realisation of how much I had missed human affection."
Earlier this month Ulrika also shared how the coronavirus pandemic has made her anxiety soar.
Her daughter Bo, 19, has a congenital heart condition which means she must be in self-isolation for a period of 12 weeks during the crisis.
Ulrika said: "I’m not going to lie. I don’t think I’ve felt so anxious in all my 52 years.
"I mistakenly thought the word “pandemic” belonged firmly in the history books and can’t properly get my head around the prospect of so much death, a global economy in meltdown . . . and no dried pasta on supermarket shelves.
"As someone who suffers from anxiety but until last week was doing really rather well, I now feel like I am free-falling into an abyss of bewilderment, angst and despair. I exaggerate not.
"It’s not so much the virus filling me with terror but the fact I am having to re-evaluate society — after seeing the greedy, narrow-minded panic-buying emerging as the ugly face of this virus.
"But most crucially, I have a 19-year-old daughter with a congenital heart condition who is supposed to self-isolate for 12 weeks, to protect both herself and our beloved NHS."
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