Ulrika Jonsson makes very rude joke about ex’s manhood after sexless marriage
Ulrika Jonsson made a very rude joke about the size of her ex-husband's manhood after revealing they had a sexless marriage.
The TV host, 51, previously revealed that she and Brian Monet had sex just once in eight years as she opened up about her doomed marriage.
Now, she's joked that she wasn't really missing out on that much anyway.
Taking to Instagram , she shared a picture of a single hot dog standing upright in her kitchen bin.
"Thought my luck was in," she captioned it.
And things for personal when her fans joined in the fun.
One said: "Oh my that's big one"
And Ulrika quipped back: "it’s bigger than the last thing I saw. and that was practically Victorian times….. x"
Another cheeky fan commented: "Far too thin for what you’re thinking.."
"Oh you are a naughty girl Ulrika," one said.
And another sympathised: "I know what you mean!!!!"
Ulrika's divorce was finalised just a few days ago and she revealed she broke down in tears when she received confirmation it was over.
She announced that she and Brian had split back in April after more than a decade together.
This week the pair were granted a Decree Absolute, with an emotional Ulrika sharing the email with her followers on Instagram .
Alongside it she wrote: "You know when you’ve waited for something for so long but it still catches your breath and your eyes sting with tears when it finally arrives.
"Obvs in my head I had checked out a long time ago but it was a little like living in Hotel California….
"So there it is. Amazing to think you have a gorgeous ceremony and 13 years together and it’s all ended in an email.
"Overwhelming relief really. Because now I’m free to marry again!!! (Very jokes and lols OBVS).
Ulrika then appeared a little more positive as she signed off with the hashtag: 'New chapter for this old bird.'
Ulrika had said in a piece written for The Sun that she'd been left feeling "rejected" and "heartbroken" after their sex life fizzled out completley.
She said: "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…
"It felt… as if part of my life was over…"
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