Ulrika Jonsson, 53, admits she would LOVE a 31-year-old toy boy

‘I’m God’s gift to younger men!’ Ulrika Jonsson, 53, admits she would LOVE a 31-year-old toy boy because she’s only interested in ‘good food and sex’

Ulrika Jonsson has admitted she would love to date a toy boy and believes she ‘God’s gift to younger men’ because she is only after ‘good food and sex’.

The TV personality, 53, admitted she would be happy to date anyone over the age of 21, but worries what her children would make of the decision.

Ulrika even hinted that she has recently enjoyed an age-gap with someone 21 years her junior, which she confessed was ‘enormously exciting for an old bird’.

Sex life: Ulrika Jonsson has admitted she would love to date a toy boy and believes she ‘God’s gift to younger men’ because she is only after ‘good food and sex’ (pictured in March 2020) 

Revealing her dating check list, Ulrika said: ‘It’s taken me a while to become the self-assured, sharp-witted sex goddess I now am. I don’t want kids and marriage, I want laughter, good food and sex… please.

‘To that end, surely I’m God’s gift to the younger man?’

Ulrika’s comments were made in relation to the story of Sharon Hawkins, a grandmother, 50, from the U.S. who is dating a man 28 years younger than her.    

Candid: The TV personality, 53, admitted she would be happy to date anyone over the age of 21, but worries what her children would make of the decision

During her column for the Sun, Ulrika reminded readers that she had already had a romance with an older man, after dating Sven-Göran Eriksson, now 72.

Taking a swipe at their alleged lacklustre bedroom action, she wrote: ‘Remember him, the former England football manager? Yes, I am also trying to forget because sex was about as exciting as assembling an IKEA bookcase, which is what makes my argument for a younger man inescapably convincing.’

MailOnline has contacted Sven-Göran Eriksson’s representatives for comment.   

In December, Ulrika admitted that she is enjoying sex in her fifties more than her thirties. 

Former flame: During her column for the Sun , Ulrika reminded readers that she had already had a romance with an older man, after dating Sven-Göran Eriksson, now 72 (pictured in 2013) 

The presenter described herself as a ‘sexual creature’ and admitted that she is trying to ‘squeeze in’ any ‘special loving’ she can.

Last year, Ulrika revealed she had sex for the first time in five years following the end of her marriage to ex Brian Monet, who she was intimate with once in eight years.

Talking about her reignited sex life, the mother-of-four admitted that she is conscious ‘time is kind of running out’ and that she wants to enjoy any ‘bits of special loving’ that she can. 

Sex life: Ulrika recently revealed that she is enjoying sex in her fifties more than her thirties (pictured in 2019) 

Ulrika also said that despite not feeling as confident about her body as she did when she was younger, she is enjoying sex more in her 50s.

The star penned in her Best magazine column: ‘In my 50s my approach to sex has changed so considerably I have to say I’m enjoying sex now, whenever I can access it, just as much as in my 30s if not more.

‘I may not feel as confident with my body as I did when I was younger but there is a real feeling of just wanting to feel that passion again and keeping holding on to that feeling for as long as possible.’

Reflective: In a candid column, the presenter described herself as a ‘sexual creature’ and admitted that she is trying to ‘squeeze in’ any ‘special loving’ she can (pictured in the 90s)

Ulrika added that women tend to give up on being ‘sexual creatures’ when they hit menopause as they think it’s ‘what mother nature intended’, but argued that this is not the case.

She continued: ‘I can’t help feeling that time is kind of running out. I now have more years behind me than I do in front of me and I want to make sure I really squeeze in any bits of special loving I can.’

Ulrika has spoken candidly about her sex life recently and in April the start joked that she will be a ‘virgin again’ once lockdown is over due to isolating from her then at the time new boyfriend.

The presenter said at the time that remaining at home has put a minor strain on her blossoming romance with a new partner, whose name is yet to be made public, because the couple had only just started to develop the physical side. 

Honest: Earlier this year, Ulrika revealed she had sex for the first time in five years following the end of her marriage to ex Brian Monet, who she was intimate with once in eight years (pictured in May 2013) 

In February 2020, Ulrika revealed that she had sex for the first time in five years following the end of her marriage to ex Brian.

The TV presenter revealed in her column for The Sun that she met a man on social media who she became intimate with and likened the experience to losing her virginity all over again.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star candidly admitted she thought she would never have sex again only two years ago and was worried she would not remember how to have sex before she got down to the deed.

Ulrika told how her confidence had taken a major hit over the last few years, saying her self-worth was ‘lower than a tart’s knickers’.

Time’s running out! Talking about her reignited sex life, the mother-of-four admitted that she is conscious ‘time is kind of running out’ and that she wants to enjoy any ‘bits of special loving’ that she can (pictured in 2019)  

She wrote: ‘I had been left feeling so repulsive and rejected over the past years that the chances of having a physical experience again were slim to none. I had become unintentionally celibate.’

Ulrika said her confidence was knocked by her lack of will or desire to have sex, as well as putting on a small amount of weight and physical signs of ageing. 

However, the TV star’s hopes were restored after going on a date with a man who she felt a connection with.

Ulrika said she was honest with him about her recent lack of sexual experience, admitting that it felt ‘disloyal’ to be attracted to someone other than her ex husband.

Having fun: Ulrika also said that despite not feeling as confident about her body as she did when she was younger, she is enjoying sex more in her 50s (pictured in July)  

The former Gladiators host revealed she was shocked when she experienced sexual arousal again, likening it to her body shutting down and someone bringing her back to life with a defibrillator. 

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. This was not our first date, but I knew the first time I met him that I was attracted to him.’

Ulrika and her new man got intimate on their second date, with the Swedish star describing the experience as a ‘revelation’. 

The presenter said she knew she had missed being intimate but had not realised how much, saying intimacy will now be intrinsic to her life.

Ulrika said she hopes her story will help other people struggling with a lack of intimacy or affection in their life find a way to reclaim it.

She said: ‘Now that I have been rejuvenated and reminded about the importance of intimacy, I feel like I never want to let it go again.’  

Ulrika previously revealed she and advertising executive Brian had sex just once in eight years.

She said: ‘Nearly two years ago, just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking I might have to just accept that I would never have sex ever again.

‘The reason I thought this is because I had not had sex for four and half years. And the time before that was four years prior. 

‘I was living in a sexless marriage for nearly a decade. That just didn’t feel right. It felt unnatural and as if part of my life was over.’

Give up: Ulrika added that women tend to give up on being ‘sexual creatures’ when they hit menopause as they think it’s ‘what mother nature intended’, but argued that this is not the case (pictured in January 2020) 

Despite questioning her husband on how their relationship got to where it was, she felt she never got a response.

Ulrika wrote that going through menopause at the same time she was struggling in her marriage ‘couldn’t have made [her] feel worse’ and hampered her confidence.

However, she was keen to stress that it wasn’t the menopause that ended her marriage.

The TV star said there was great sexual chemistry between her and Brian when they first met and she’s still not sure why it disappeared as the years went by.

She said Brian was an excellent step-father to her three children and was also a doting dad to their son Malcolm, 12.

Funny: Ulrika has spoken candidly about her sex life recently and in April the start joked that she will be a ‘virgin again’ once lockdown is over due to isolating from her then at the time new boyfriend (pictured in April)  

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