She completed her divorce from her third husband, Brian Monet, in June.
And Ulrika Jonsson signed up for Channel 4 show First Dates in an attempt to find love and find a fourth husband.
The former weather presenter 52 plays the lead role in an episode of celebrities from the dating show & # 39; in the coming weeks & # 39; in an attempt to relocate.
New start: Ulrika Jonsson has signed up for Channel 4 show First Dates in an attempt to find love and find a fourth man
According to The sun, the unfortunate loving star has signed up for the Channel 4 show to participate in the Stand Up To Cancer special and hopes to find her fourth husband.
After confessing that they are in a & # 39; sexless marriage & # 39; Ulrika will resume her hunt for love on the special celebrity edition of First Dates, along with a host of other well-known celebrities.
Reports from The Sun suggest that viewers watch Ulrika's dinner date with a mysterious man in the famous London restaurant of the popular show & # 39; in the coming weeks & # 39; will view.
Ulrika recently revealed that she only had sex with her now ex-husband Brian once every eight years.
Looking for love: After revealing that she is in a & # 39; sexless marriage & # 39; Ulrika will resume her hunt for love on the special celebrity edition of First Dates along with a host of other single celebrities
Ulrika wrote in The Sun and admitted that she thought she would never have sex again shortly before her 50th birthday and that part of her life was over & # 39; used to be.
She said: & # 39; Almost two years ago, just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking that maybe I just had to accept that I would never have sex again.
& # 39; The reason I thought this was because I hadn't had sex for four and a half years. And the time before that was four years earlier. I lived in a sexless marriage for almost ten years.
It was a tough time for the star to announce its heartbreaking break in April after 11 years of marriage.
Sadness: last month the former Gladiators host went to Instagram to admit that her & # 39; eyes stung with tears & # 39; after she received the letter confirming her divorce from Brian Monet
The former Gladiators host recently went to Instagram to admit that her & # 39; eyes stung with tears & # 39; after she received the official letter confirming her divorce from her third husband.
Ulrika noted that her marriage was finally over after having had a wonderful ceremony and spent 13 years together. – but added a touch of humor to her message as she joked that she & # 39; was free to get married again & # 39 ;.
In addition to the letter's shot, she said: & # 39; So this happened Thursday. You know when you've waited so long for something, but it still breathes and your eyes poke with tears when it finally arrives.
& # 39; Obvs in my head I checked out a long time ago, but it was a bit like living in Hotel California …
& # 39; So there it is. Great to think that you have a beautiful ceremony and 13 years together and that everything ended in an email. Stunning relief actually. Because I am free to get married again !!! (Very jokes and fun OBVS).
Happier times: Ulrika depicted two other children, Cameron, 24, from her marriage to John Turnbull (1990-1995) and Martha, 14, from her association with Lance Gerrard-Wright (2003-2005)
Not to be: in 2014 Brian adopted her daughter Bo, now 18, from the presenter's relationship with German hotel manager Markus Kempen, (shown in 2000)
Lost love: Ulrika has a son, Cameron, 24, from her marriage to John Turnbull (1990-1995) – depicted in 1994
Ulrika and Brian, who is supposed to be 50, made the knot in 2008 and share one son, Malcolm, 10. They started their relationship in 2006.
In 2014, Brian also adopted her daughter Bo, now 18, from the presenter's relationship with German hotel manager Markus Kempen.
Ulrika has two other children, Cameron, 24, from her marriage to John Turnbull (1990-1995) and Martha, 14, from her association with Lance Gerrard-Wright, (2003-2005).
Ulrika's marriage to Brian ended after she revealed that counseling could not save their 11-year relationship.
Ulrika & # 39; s lost loves: through the ages
1990 – John Turnbull
Ulrika & # 39; s first marriage was with cameraman John, but it ended in tears after five years when she cheated him. She blamed her actions for her ages, as she said before: & I was so young. I didn't know myself. I have done some not very nice things. I was unfaithful, which is more than not fun & # 39 ;.
1996 – Hunter
Shortly after her divorce, Ulrika sought comfort in the arms of Gladiator & # 39; s star James Crossley, after a meeting while hosting the show. After their romance she said: & # 39; Well, I think I was in love with James. It was physical. And he turned out to be such a nice man & # 39; – referring him to the newspapers selling stories about their romance.
1998 – Stan Collymore
Ulrika had a relationship with former footballer Stan for a year, but their relationship was marred by controversy when she was the victim of domestic violence.
2000 – Markus Kempen
German hotel owner Markus Kempen was her next love and the father of her daughter Bo, now 18. Only a few days after Bo was born in November 2000, the businessman told his girlfriend that he would leave the UK to find work abroad – Ulrika had not even taken their child out of the hospital when.
2002 – Lance Gerrard-Wright
Man number two Lance would be the prize for the female participants in Mr Right, a 2002 TV show that she presented. They married in 2003. She had their daughter Martha in 2004 and they divorced in 2005.
2002 – Sven-Göran Eriksson
Ulrika and the football manager surprised the sports and showbiz world when she confirmed generally published reports about an affair between the duo while he was dating Nancy Dell & Olio. Following the affair, she received a column in The News Of The World in 2003 where she would regularly comment on his private life. She was dropped in 2007 after he left as manager of England.
2007 – Brian Monet
Ulrika and Brian made the decision in 2008 and share a son, Malcolm, 10. They started their relationship in 2006. In 2014, Brian also adopted her daughter Bo, now 18, from the presenter's relationship with German hotel manager Markus
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