Stacey Solomon has admitted that watching TV sex scenes has made her realise that she is a ''lazy'' lover.
Stacey Solomon has realised she is a ''lazy'' lover after watching sex scenes in TV dramas.
The 28-year-old star has been a viewer of new BBC dramas 'Bodyguard' and 'Wanderlust', both of which have caused a commotion due to the graphic lovemaking scenes on display.
From seeing the fictional sex on display, Stacey has realised that she isn't doing much work in the bedroom with her boyfriend Joe Swash.
During a panel discussion on 'Loose Women', she said: ''If TV is anything to go by I am super-lazy, honestly! There are certain things where they make me feel like I've done a workout just watching it.''
Stacey also gave a tantalising glimpse into her bedroom antics with Joe, 36, admitting that when he does want to get more adventurous between the sheets the positions often leave her ''sweating''.
She added: ''There are some things that you do and you think, 'I don't think I can retain this position.' My thighs are burning and I'm sweating.''
This is not the first time Stacey has opened up her sex life with Joe on the ITV daytime show.
But it seems things are more active in between the sheets than they used to be between the pair as in February 2018 Stacey compared their lovemaking to being like ''a tumbleweed''.
Describing their lovemaking, she said: ''It'd be like a tumbleweed ... What makes me laugh is that 'can we survive a marriage without sex?' Why is there so much pressure on a marriage to be all that sexual?''
The star explained that often, life can get in the way - and she couldn't be in a relationship with someone who needed that intimacy ''all the time''.
She added: ''It's not even a joke, I've got two children... a full-time job, family to take care of. I don't think I could be with someone who wanted to have sex all the time.''
Stacey and her beau both have children - she has sons Zach, 10, and Leighton, six, from two previous relationships, and Joe has 11-year-old son Harry with Emma Sophocleous.
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