Davina McCall says her husband is 'very romantic'
- Bang Showbiz
- 2 June 2015
Davina McCall has insisted her husband is "very romantic" after she caused an uproar by claiming women must keep their husbands "satisfied" to stop them from cheating
Davina McCall says her husband is "very romantic".
The 47-year-old star has revealed her partner of 16 years, Matthew Robertson is "extremely funny" and caring after she caused controversy by claiming women must keep their husbands "satisfied" to stop them from cheating.
Asked what her husband does to please her, she said: "You know what? I'm not going to talk about sex. Poor Matthew, this is enough for him really.
"He is very romantic and he's extremely funny, and if I'm down, he really takes care of me.
"He puts my side of the electric blanket on when it's cold even though he hates the heat and he runs me a bath if he goes up to bed first, he's a nice guy.
"He looks after me really well and I like to think I look after him really well too but not just in the sack ... We care for each other."
However, the 'Long Lost Family' presenter confessed Matthew has "no idea" about her recent comments about their marriage.
She told ITV's 'Loose Women': "He doesn't know. He hasn't read the papers. He doesn't go on Twitter. He doesn't look at my Facebook page.
"He has absolutely no idea this is happening."
The brunette beauty - who has children Chester, Holly and Tilly with Matthew - caused upset when she claimed she only ever wears matching underwear and aims to keep Matthew pleased so he doesn't stray.
She said: "You must keep your husband satisfied in the bedroom department even if you're absolutely exhausted. Otherwise he'll go somewhere else."
And Davina chose to stand by her comments yesterday (01.06.15) but insisted she was taken slightly out of context.
She explained: "My mum said, to keep your man happy, stay intimate ... And every single woman I know feels the same ... Really what my mum was saying, and I also believe, is that if intimacy goes, for months, or a year, then it's super hard to get back and it becomes 'a thing'."