'Loose Women' star Stacey Solomon has admitted she sometimes worries that her sex drive isn't ''high enough'' because she often reads about people her age ''doing it every day''.
Stacey Solomon worries that her sex drive isn't ''high enough''.
The 'Loose Women' panelist reads about the love lives of other women of a similar age, many of whom have a greater appetite for sex, and Stacey doesn't feel her own love life is as action-packed.
Speaking candidly on the show, Stacey explained: ''I worry that mine's not high enough. I'm 28, don't get me wrong, I love it with [Joe Swash]...
''The problem is that girls my age, everyone's out there doing it every day and it's all exciting, so I feel like mine isn't like that. I'd do it every day if I could.''
Stacey has been dating the 35-year-old actor since the end of 2015, and she is seemingly keen to take their relationship to the next level in the near future.
The TV star has recently been talking about getting engaged and getting hitched to Joe.
She said: ''I joke about wanting to get married all the time. Even if I wasn't with Joe I still want to have a wedding and wear a dress one day. I don't think I'd engage in a relationship if I didn't think it was forever, otherwise what's the point? So I really hope Joe's the one.
''I have been in relationships where I've thought they were forever but they weren't, so you just never know.''
And Stacey - who has sons Zach, nine, and Leighton, five, from two previous relationships - also revealed she would like to have a baby with her beau, who has 10-year-old son Harry with Emma Sophocleous.
She explained: ''I definitely want more children and it does make me broody when I see people have babies. I've looked at [my sister] and been like, 'I want one of those! I don't know if it's in Joe's plan! - but it's in mine!''
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