Women must satisfy their husbands in the bedroom even if they are exhausted or they will stray
By Mirror | June 1st 2015
Davina McCall has sparked shock online after appearing to claim women must keep their husbands "satisfied" in the bedroom EVEN if they're "exhausted" - otherwise they'll stray.
The TV presenter and household favourite opened up about her secrets to a strong marriage with husband Matthew Robertson, who she's been married to for 16 years, and revealed it's all about keeping things hot in the bedroom.
“Matthew has strong views on underwear,” she told the Telegraph, adding that her hubby hates plain lingerie.
“You must keep your husband satisfied in the bedroom department,” she added, “even if you’re absolutely exhausted. Otherwise he will go somewhere else.”
The presenter, who is half French herself, takes inspiration from French women and says she always wears matching underwear.
The star recently renewed her wedding vows with her husband, with whom she has three children.
“Often people renew their vows because they’re on the verge of divorce,” she added. “But it wasn’t like that. We are very romantic.”
Opening up about staying in shape, Davina said it's important for her to stay in the same shape as when she first married, and said she constantly watched what she eats and has a healthy lifestyle.
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It sparked quite a reaction from fans, as one wrote: "Davina McCall actually said this about how to keep a man satisfied."
Another added: "I think you're fab, Davina, but I disagree with your thoughts on this."
But a few supported the star for her brave comments as one wrote: "Nothing wrong with that statement #truth #agree #needs."
And another added: "You do what you want D, its your marriage, no need to explain your actions!"
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