‘Would be unusual,’ says the narrator. Ulrika Jonsson, 54, says she hasn’t ruled out having a fourth marriage.


‘Would be unusual,’ says the narrator. Ulrika Jonsson, 54, says she hasn’t ruled out having a fourth marriage.

ULRIKA JONSSON has revealed that she hasn’t ruled out the possibility of marrying again.

Ulrika Jonsson, 54, has already stated that she cannot rule out the possibility of remarrying. However, the actress, who has been married three times before, said that walking down the aisle “would feel odd.”

The broadcaster characterized herself as a “sexual creature” in an interview in April, revealing she is open to more romance in her life.

“I’m a hedonist and a spontaneous person who believes in love,” she stated.

“While being married again would be weird, I can’t rule it out in the future.”

She also discussed her sex life in the interview with The Sun.

“I enjoy sex, I want to have sex, and I am open to experiencing it,” Ulrika concluded.

“And it can be tough for women my age to say that without being judged.”

Cameron, 25, Bo, 20, Martha, 14, and Malcolm, 11, are the four children of the former TV-am weathercaster.

She married John Turnbull in 1990 and has a son with him, Cameron.

After meeting in the late 1990s, she had a daughter named Bo with German hotel manager Marcus Kempen.

Ulrika married Lance Gerrard-Wright from 2003 to 2006. They met on the show Mr Right and married in 2003.

They have a daughter named Martha together.

Brian Monet, an American businessman, was the presenter’s most recent spouse.

They married in 2008 and soon after welcomed a baby named Malcolm.

They did, however, announce their divorce in a statement in 2019.

Ulrika recently shared some of the lessons she’s learned as she approaches 54.

She celebrated her birthday by sharing some selfies with her 165,000 Instagram followers.

She also offered an insight into what she “knows thus far” alongside the images.

“I love with reckless abandon and fervour at times when caution and circumspection might be the order of the day,” she wrote about her love life.

“I’ve never been bothered by sleeping with lions.

“However, the futility of trying to modify the shape of my heart has never escaped my notice. I’m who I’m supposed to be.

“I’m afraid I’m a little too much. But I am never insufficient.”

The star is a contestant on SAS: Who Dares Wins, a celebrity version of the show.

She’ll be starring alongside James Cracknell, Kerry Katona, and Ore Oduba in the show.

Tonight, at 9 p.m., the new series premieres. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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