I’m 54 and I love dating 26-year-olds – it’s nice because they don't know who I am says Ulrika Jonsson

ULRIKA Jonsson has said she loves dating younger men because they don’t know who she is.

The 54-year-old is currently looking for love on Celebs Go Dating and admitted that so far her dates have been “a little younger”.

Quizzed by Janet Street-Porter on today’s Loose Women, she said:  “Recent ones, I've only really had dates, I guess, I've not had a relationship with anybody – but the dates have been a little younger, yes.

“They didn't know I was Ulrika Jonsson, which was great.

“That's the dream, to have someone just take you for who you are and now what they know about you, I found it refreshing."

She added: “I guess the youngest was 26. So yeah 26, 30 ish.”

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The presenter has been married three times but has been single for over two years after her last relationship ended.

Speaking last week about not being concerned about age, she said: "It’s about the maturity of the person so I’ve kind of given them a little free rein in that department!

"I guess I’ve been slightly cautious of dating men my age because, from my experience, they seem to come across as pretty f***ing dull.

"I don’t want dull anymore, I want to have fun.”

Ulrika divorced third husband Brian Monet in 2019 after tying the knot in 2008, and admitted they had only had sex once in the last eight years of their marriage.

Writing in The Sun last week, Ulrika discussed her love life, and what she hoped to find in 2022.

The mother-of-four said: "What I hope for is someone in my life willing to appreciate and respect me for who I am.

"Someone honest and dedicated to some form of “us” — but an “us” that isn’t living together or in each other’s pocket.

"I don’t need someone to take my children on. I don’t need help changing lightbulbs. What I would like is to be loved and cherished while doing all the fun things life can unfold.

"I want laughter and good times without the argument over who is loading the dishwasher tonight.

"I want trips away. I want a love affair that will last only for as long as it is meant to."

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