Janice Dickinson says it's vital to keep up your sex life in your later years, but that a good huge is just as satisfying.
Janice Dickinson thinks a ''nice cuddle is just as good'' as sex.
The 62-year-old supermodel insists intimacy is very important in her marriage to fourth husband, Dr. Robert 'Rocky' Gerner, but these days she's happy just to be close to the 70-year-old psychiatrist.
She said: ''Sex is important in mine and Rocky's relationship and a woman needs to orgasm. If you don't, it's like a pressure cooker.
''But if you can't do the deed, a nice cuddle is just as good. And I never thought I'd say that.
''I honestly love getting near my husband and just sniffing him. It's the pheromones. When I first met him, I leaned in and took a big whiff and said, 'You'll do.' ''
Janice - who was recently given the all-clear after battling breast cancer - was known for her wild partying in the past, but these days she's completely sober and loves the ''quiet'' life she leads with her spouse.
She told Closer magazine: ''I'm teetotal and attend a 12-step programme daily.
''I'm much more reserved than people think too. I was well-known for being very opinionated and outspoken, but that came from a lack of understanding. I don't feel the need to set people straight now.
''My life with Rocky is much quieter than my party days, obviously. But I'm so much happier...
''Rocky and I love going for walks or fishing together and meeting up for dinner with friends.
''He filled an emptiness inside me that I didn't know I had.''
Janice wishes she and Rocky had had children together, but they still have an ''incredible'' life with their kids from past relationships.
She said: ''Mine and Rocky's one regret is that we never had children together but he wouldn't have wanted to be with me when I was younger and taking drugs.
''I was in a dark head space.
''Now we have an incredible life together and our families are blended. I'm a granny to his three grandsons and I love that more than anything.''
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