Ulrika Jonsson joins dating app as she claims she's a 'nutter' looking for intimacy

Amy West
Contributor
Happy swiping! Ulrika Jonsson has joined Lumen, a dating app for over 50s, following her third divorce. (Photo by Jane Mingay - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images)

Ulrika Jonsson appears to be looking for love again, having signed up for a niche dating app following the breakdown of her third marriage.

According to The Sun, the 52-year-old media personality has joined Lumen, a platform in which individuals over 50 can discover those with similar interests.

Alongside images from a recent photoshoot, Jonsson - who has been divorced three times - allegedly describes herself as “fierce, hard-working and a nutter” on her profile. She also says “it would be nice to find someone who fits in” with her busy life and kids.

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“Would love a lot of laughs; some fun; some intimacy and definitely some good food,” the mother-of-four continues, admitting that she’s either “pessimistic or realistic,” depending on how a potential suitor might choose to look at it.

Brian Monet (right) adopted Ulrika Jonsson's daughter Bo (centre) in 2014. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

“Love the countryside; peace and quiet; rum and Rioja but not together; fab dancer under the influence,” concludes Jonsson.

In the Christmas-themed snaps, the Swede can be seen posing in a red camisole and sheer stockings. In another, she’s sitting in front of a lavishly decorated tree and a table stacked with gift-wrapped presents.

Jonsson split from her most recent ex-husband Brian Monet in April 2019. In an eye-opening essay for the aforementioned publication, she confessed to only having had sex with the advertising executive once in the last eight years of their “humourless” marriage.

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The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant went to explain that she and Monet had had “really great sexual attraction” when they met but as the years went on, they lacked a physical connection.

“The prospect of living without intimacy for the rest of my life did feel like a terrible waste and such a loss. I was about to turn 50 — there was life in the old girl yet,” she wrote. “I want to be very clear here: Intimacy is not just about chandelier-swinging, Fifty Shades Of Grey sex.

“It’s the physical exchange of the love that passes between two people. It’s affection and a natural understanding. It’s touching, it’s closeness. In my marriage, it was all but gone.”