Suzanne Somers gives husband what he 'needs' after sex twice a day

‘It’s about giving your partner what they need’: Suzanne Somers, 76, talks marriage of 55 years to Alan Hamel, 86… after sharing they have sex TWICE a day

Suzanne Somers has talked once again about the secret to her marriage of 55 years with Alan Hamel, 86.

When on the cover of First For Women this week, the 76-year-old Three’s Company vet said it was all about giving her partner what he ‘needs’ and complimenting each other. It also doesn’t hurt that he brings her ‘really good’ coffee every morning.

This comes a year after she shared that they have sex sometimes two or three times a day. In 2020 she shared on Heather Dubrow’s World: ‘At this stage of life, most people think that’s over the hill. What time is it, noon? I had sex with him three times so far today.’

They have it down: Suzanne Somers has talked once again about the secret to her marriage of 55 years with Alan Hamel. When on the cover of First For Women this week, the 76-year-old Three’s Company vet said it was all about giving her partner what he ‘needs’

This week she made new comments about Hamel.

‘We compliment and spoil one another,’ she shared.

‘It’s about honoring and respecting one another and giving your partner what they need. He starts off my day in a romantic bliss, and we just try to keep it going,’ she added.

And then there is her morning java: ‘Every morning he makes me coffee and brings it to me in bed.’

Sex talk: This comes a year after she shared that they have sex sometimes two or three times a day. In 2020 she shared on Heather Dubrow’s World: ‘At this stage of life, most people think that’s over the hill. What time is it, noon? I had sex with him three times so far today.’ Seen with husband Hamel in 2018

She has still managed to retain her natural good looks as she reminded fans this week with her leggy cover for the debut issue of Park magazine in 2021. 

The Step By Step actress shared that she eats only organic and also used fresh herbs that are like ‘medicine.’

‘It’s as though nature knew we’d be bombarded with free radicals and chemicals coming into our bodies all the time,’ she explained.

They go way back: The power couple beam next to each other in 1978

‘Bringing these antioxidants into your food helps eliminate free radicals.’

Somers likes fresh herbs and spices, like rosemary, thyme, tarragon, mint, turmeric, chives, cayenne, cumin and cinnamon.

And she said to ingest omega-3 oils like olive, flax, or coconut oil, to help keep cell membranes pliable, ‘allowing air and water to flow through and flush chemicals that enter the body from food or the environment.’

One of her favorite dishes is organic chicken with olive oil, rosemary and thyme. She adds sea salt.

Hot stuff: Here the siren is seen on the beach in LA in 1982. She has made a business of staying young looking

A hit! She came to fame with John Ritter on Three’s Company which debuted in 1976; also seen here are Joyce DeWitt, Norman Fell, Richard Kline and Audra Lindley

‘When I eat this meal, I think it’s like healthy medicine I’m eating,’ she said. ‘It’s just so delicious.’

In her fifties she was diagnosed with breast cancer and that made her turn to clean eating.

‘I have to say that since I embraced health, I have never enjoyed life more,’ the northern California native shared.

‘I like the way I look. I like the way I feel. I like my energy. I have wisdom. I have perspective, and I can tell you that aging can be so incredible if you know how to approach it.’

The ThighMaster queen added it takes work. 

‘Aging is amazing,’ she said. ‘Aging is something you should aspire to and look forward to and want.’ 

But a healthy life is crucial. 

‘It’s about health; about shifting your thinking and understanding what it is that’s making us sick and how we can combat it.’ 

And when women over 50 feel achy, Suzanne said listen and heal it. 

‘We have to learn the language of our bodies: Itching, b***ing, lack of sleep, sweating, bloating, forgetfulness, being dried up; that’s the body talking. 

Bright light in the 70s: Seen here in 1979. The Step By Step actress shared that she eats only organic and also used fresh herbs that are like ‘medicine.’ ‘It’s as though nature knew we’d be bombarded with free radicals and chemicals coming into our bodies all the time,’ she explained

TIPS FOR LOOKING YOUNGER

EAT ORGANIC

Eat only organic and also used fresh herbs that are like ‘medicine.’

‘Bringing these antioxidants into your food helps eliminate free radicals.’

USE HERBS

Somers likes fresh herbs and spices, like rosemary, thyme, tarragon, mint, turmeric, chives, cayenne, cumin and cinnamon.

INGEST OILS

And she said to ingest omega-3 oils like olive, flax, or coconut oil, to help keep cell membranes pliable, ‘allowing air and water to flow through and flush chemicals that enter the body from food or the environment.’

COOK AT HOME

One of her favorite dishes is organic chicken with olive oil, rosemary and thyme. She adds sea salt.

LISTEN TO YOUR BODY

‘We have to learn the language of our bodies: Itching, b***ing, lack of sleep, sweating, bloating, forgetfulness, being dried up; that’s the body talking.’ 

BALANCE HORMONES

‘You can’t sleep unless you balance your hormones. When you don’t have hormones, you don’t care about sex. I mean, you can do it, but you’d rather have a smoothie. I didn’t like being there. I used to really like it, and I had three miserable years.’ 

‘Listen to your body. You can’t sleep unless you balance your hormones. When you don’t have hormones, you don’t care about sex. I mean, you can do it, but you’d rather have a smoothie. I didn’t like being there. I used to really like it, and I had three miserable years.’ 

The cover feature includes exclusive images from celebrity photographer Ron Galella, from her nights at Studio 54, her stints on Broadway as well as candid shots with husband Alan.

She told Park that between 1977 and 1980, she and Alan were regulars at Studio 54.

‘Even when it was happening, we knew that this was going to be historic, which of course it is,’ said the American Graffiti star.

‘We always stayed at the Morgan Hotel in the penthouse suite, which was filled with large bouquets of fragrant red roses. 

‘We would sit on the outdoor terrace and on beautiful nights, having a glass of wine while mesmerized by the spires of Manhattan.’

Her favorite NYC restaurant was Rao’s! ‘The first time we were there, many, many, years ago, the waiter came to the table, and I requested the wine list. He looked at me, and with a heavy New York accent, he said, “I am the wine list. Do you want red or white?”

‘Another evening, our dear, dear, old friend Don Rickles was at Rao’s and two wise guys walked in, impeccably dressed in gray silk suits with just enough cuff, the perfect Windsor knot, and every hair in place. Plus, they were not smiling.

‘Don got everyone there to loudly hum the Godfather theme. We thought they were going to “take care of” Don, but instead they broke up, their posture changed, they were laughing hysterically, and it was Don Rickles’ night.’

She also said she has a fondness for New Yorkers.

‘New Yorkers are a breed unto themselves. They are loud and boisterous and take no crap! They love the city fiercely and are very protective of its reputation. When Sinatra sings New York, New York, we all feel like New Yorkers.’ 

Park Magazine is the ‘newest premier luxury publication for Manhattanites.’ 

Suzanne and Alan have been married since 1977.  

Somers’ most recent book is A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging. 

SOME OF SUZANNE’S BEST MOMENTS IN HOLLYWOOD 

 

1973

Somers played the mysterious blonde in a white Thunderbird car in the 1973 classic film American Graffiti from George Lucas. 

Somers played the mysterious blonde in a white Thunderbird car in the 1973 classic film American Graffiti from George Lucas

 

1976 

She played a passenger on the first episode of The Love Boat.

She played a passenger on the first episode of The Love Boat in 1976

 

 1977

She made a splash as the ditzy but darling blonde beauty Chrissy Snow on the sitcom Three’s Company that was considered racy because a straight man (played by John Ritter) was living with two single women (Suzanne and Joyce De Witt). 

John Ritter, Joyce Dewitt, Suzanne Somers Three’s Company – 1977

 

1977

She had a guest starring role as a pinup in the ABC TV movie Ants! The star filmed the show in Qualicum Beach, Canada in 1977.

Here she is seen with nothing on under a beige sheet in a bed. 

Somers appearing in the ABC tv movie Ants! in 1977

 

1978 

Somers promoting the Cerebral Palsy Telethon in Central Park 1978. She wore a pink bathing suit which won the attention of onlookers.

Somers promoting the Cerebral Palsy Telethon in Central Park 1978. She wore a pink bathing suit which won the attention of onlookers

 

1979 

The California native is seen here in a skimpy bikini for a segment on the popular late night show The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. 

On The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson for a skit as she wore a skimpy bikini 

 

1979

She took to doing bathing suit photo shoots on the beach in the late 1970s to boost her career. 

Here she had on a strapless one piece with her hair in a side ponytail, the look of the day.

She had a toned figure which led to her being the spokesperson for ThighMaster which made a fortune. 

Get ready to surf! She modeled swimsuits on the beach to show off her incredible shape

 

1979

She made a name for herself with pinup photos with goofy hair styles. Here she is seen in a Three’s Company publicity photo. 

In a beige workout outfit for a publicity shoot for her hit show Three’s Company

 

1980

The beauty in 1980 on the episode of Three’s Company titled Lee Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother. Jack (Ritter) disapproved of his visiting brother’s relationship with Chrissy (Somers).

She was fired during season five when she asked for a big pay raise. 

The show ran from 1977 until 1984. 

Lee Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother was the name of this episode for season four in 1980. Jack (Ritter) disapproved of his visiting brother’s relationship with Chrissy (Somers)

 

1991

In 1991 she was on the hit TV show Step By Step with costar Patrick Duffy of Dallas fame.

In 1991 she was on the show Step By Step with costar Patrick Duffy of Dallas fame. This episode was called Rules of the House and it aired on October 4, 1991

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