Chloe Madeley has claimed that her husband James Haskell was very busy before meeting her, revealing that she believes that he has slept with over 1,000 women before getting together with her.
Rather than being unimpressed with her husband's pursuit of sex in the past, she has said she is "fine with it" and is reaping the rewards of it.
Talking to The Sun, Chloe says that James has been with "far above what your average would be" when it comes to bedroom partners, whereas she "a very humble number of notches on my bedpost, in comparison.
She said: "James had a very eventful life before we met but I reap the benefits of him being very experienced — so I’m fine with it.
“He has never actually disclosed his magic number but it’s far above what your average would be.
"One thousand might be hyperbolic but knowing what I do about him, it’s definitely in the hundreds if not more.”
Chloe adds: "I’ve told James how many people I’ve slept with — there’s a very humble number of notches on my bedpost.
"I’ve had seven medium to long-term relationships, whereas James was a pretty typical twentysomething rugby player and only had two girlfriends before me."
She then spoke about believing that there is still a stigma around women talking about sex as she claims that "s**t-shaming is still prevalent," meaning that women are stills secretive about their sex lives.
Chloe then spoke about the "huge double standard" she has discovered, as "the more sex" men have, the "more celebrated" they become.
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The daughter of This Morning presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan also revealed that she and James almost split because he revealed he wasn't keen on getting married.
After confiding in her dad, who advised her to walk away if it was a problem for her, Chloe considered calling time on their relationship.
James later proposed out of the blue, leaving Chloe unimpressed with his sudden change of heart.
She said: "I was so angry that he’d put me through all that — and still am to this day.
"We lost six months of our relationship to arguing and feeling miserable and I look back at that time as hell."
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