Ulrika Jonsson has said she would consider getting married for the fourth time but wants to do some "fooling around" first.
The mother-of-four shared that while it would feel "strange" tying the knot again, she couldn't rule it out.
“I’m a hedonist and a spontaneous person who believes in love," she told The Sun. "While it would feel strange getting married again, I can’t ever rule it out for the future."
The 53-year-old, who is currently single, was first married to cameraman John Turnbull in 1990 with a divorce granted in 1995.
Her second husband was Lance Gerrard-Wright to whom she married for three years between 2003 and 2006.
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Jonsson's most recent husband was Brian Monet, with their marriage lasting from 2008 until 2019.
“My last marriage was 12 years and the first one was seven, so they lasted a decent amount of time," she added. “I have a lot of love to give. But the words ‘marriage’ and ‘Ulrika Jonsson’ have a bit of an image problem. They need some seriously good PR.
“And I want to do plenty of fooling around before that could happen.”
Jonsson revealed earlier this year that she had signed up to Tinder but had been put off by the number of x-rated pictures suitors asked to send to her.
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She also shared last year that she was now enjoying sex more in her 50s than she did in her 30s.
The former Gladiators presenter had previously divulged that her relationship with Monet broke down due to a lack of intimacy.
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