Davina McCall admits she loves having orgasms in her sleep
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Davina McCall recently made her a rather bizarre revelation about her sex life.
The 55-year-old claims to be able to orgasm in her sleep thanks to a new wellness book which is all about female anatomy.
Speaking on the Making the Cut podcast with boyfriend Michael Douglas, the TV host discussed the self-help guide, The Happy Vagina book.
Since its publication, the book has gained a cult following from celebrities, including Laura Whitmore who described it as ‘the friend we don’t just want, but need’.
Davina also echoed this as she spoke on her podcast last week, explaining how it has changed her sex life for the better.
"I’ve had an orgasm in my sleep - several. It’s great!” she told listeners, before adding: “This book you can pick up, put down, you can read a page and there’s always something on it that’s very helpful.”
Her admission came when she spoke about the book and the different types of orgasm, of which there are eight - much to the shock of her partner.
While the presenter didn’t elaborate about how she’d achieved this illusive euphoria, it isn’t the first time she’s spoken candidly about women’s anatomy.
In fact, Davina released her own book discussing the topic called Menopausing, with Dr Naomi Potter, in 2022.
The Long-Lost Family host also discussed her struggles with her changing body and she felt like she wasn’t in control of her body.
She explained: "I didn’t feel myself. I remember feeling more self-conscious and awkward than I normally would. And I’d wake up in the middle of the night and the sheets would be soaking. I felt my entire body had turned into a prune.”
Although Davina has since started Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), she also revealed that the menopause had given her serve 'brain fog which led to her thinking she had dementia'.
She added: "Then there was the forgetfulness: my phone was in the fridge, my keys ended up in the bin. This reached really frightening levels, I forgot everything. Words, names, events - everything."