Ulrika Jonsson, 53, has joined the Tinder dating app but will not date anyone under the age of 26 as she says: ‘Women have the right to express their sexual needs … and to have them satisfied’ ‘
She previously revealed that she had a boyfriend in the UK lockdown, but was forced to isolate herself separately from him in April, due to the pandemic.
And it looks like Ulrika Jonsson is looking for love again after joining dating app Tinder at the age of 53.
The TV star said she wouldn’t date anyone under the age of 26 and didn’t want to receive photos of their manhood, but wanted their sexual needs met.
Woop! Ulrika Jonsson, 53, has joined the Tinder dating app but will not date anyone under the age of 26 as she says: ‘Women have the right to express their sexual needs … and to have them satisfied’ ‘
In an interview with The Sun, the mother-of-four said: “ I have a lot of confessions, but I’m going to stick with this: I’ve set my age range of potential suitors between 26 and 50 years. My eldest child, Cameron, is 26 and it would feel a bit tricky to throw my nets at the young fish.
“I posted three personal, natural photos and didn’t add any words to define myself or suggest what I might be looking for. Just three photos and my age: 53 years old.
Ulrika said men tended to ask her if she wanted to receive a photo of their manhood, or “ sergeant major ” as she calls it.
Pride and joy: Ulrika is a mother of four but will not date anyone younger than her eldest son Cameron, 26 (second from top left)
She said: ‘I’m tired of my female comrades being debased, discredited and dishonored because they have feelings other than love and period pain. We have every right to express our sexual needs. And an even greater right to have them satisfied.
The TV star said she only had sex once in eight years when she was married to her third husband, Brian Monet, and felt incredibly rejected.
She joked that she would be like ‘a virgin again’ again after the coronavirus lockdown in the UK was lifted, as she explained that she had only restarted her ‘ inner sexual motor ”.
Chapter End: The TV star said she only had sex once in eight years when she was married to her third husband Brian Monet and felt incredibly rejected (photo from 2013)
Writing her column in BEST, she said: “ After spending the last two years coming out of a somewhat ‘sterile’ marriage with little human touch, I then spent the last five months riding in a physical relationship with a new man – so you can see the confusion that my brain and body are suffering from.
“ It took a long time to restart my inner sex drive – only for the coronavirus to wash away the gasoline and throw me into a secluded garage on the edge of nowhere. ”
She had previously told the Daily Mail that her sex life between her and Brian – whom she met in 2006 – had gone from fruitful to non-existent, even early in their relationship.
The couple married in March 2008 and have a son together, Malcolm, 12, born in June 2008.
In 2014, Brian also adopted his daughter Bo, now 19, from the presenter’s relationship with German hotel boss Markus Kempen.
But unfortunately in 2019, Ulrika announced that they had split up.
Ulrika has two other children, Cameron from her marriage to John Turnbull (1990-1995) and Martha, 16, from her union with Lance Gerrard-Wright, (2003-2005).