Kate Garraway has admitted that she makes herself have sex every single day - even using the help of a spreadsheet to keep track. And she revealed she believes sex with her husband is now better, than ever, explaining: "When you're younger you want to be impressive, but when you get older, I think there's a different kind of intimacy, For women, sex only gets better as you get older I think. Looking for more sex tips? Check out our guide of how to give your man the best oral sex of his life.
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Good Morning Britain star Kate Garraway organises her sex life with a spreadsheet to keep track of her intimate moments. Kate Garraway makes herself have sex every single day - and even has a spreadsheet so she can keep track. The Good Morning Britain presenter confessed her saucy secrets after revealing in her book The Joy Of Big Knickers that she had tried a day sex challenge with her husband, the former Labour spin doctor, Derek Draper. Kate has never shied away from talking about her sex life and continues to boast how it has got much better as she ages. There are rumours floating around that she maybe going in to the I'm A Celebrity jungle this year, which the presenter denies. Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at webcelebs trinitymirror.
Kate Garraway admits she makes herself have sex every single day and has a spreadsheet
Kate Garraway has revealed the rather unusual way she's managed to keep the spark alive with her husband of 14 years. The year-old once undertook a two-week challenge which saw her and husband Derek Draper have sex every single day - and she even kept a spreadsheet to keep track of what went on under the sheets. The Good Morning Britain presenter made the surprising confession in her book The Joy of Big Knickers, and in an interview this week she revealed how it's helped to keep the spark alive.
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