Ulrika Jonsson paid tribute to her daughter Martha for her 16th birthday and revealed among the gifts she gave her a book about ‘female sexual fantasies’.
The TV presenter, 52, wrote a lengthy message to the teenager she described as “empathetic” and “confident” and joked that she “hadn’t really experienced tantrums until she came along.”
Ulrika wrote, “This girl. Martha Sky Hope. Sweet 16 today! A Gemini to end all Gemini’s.
Family: Ulrika Jonsson, 52, pays tribute to her daughter Martha for her 16th birthday and revealed among the gifts she gave her a book on ‘female sexual fantasies’
“Came screaming out of the sunroof because she stubbornly rejected the cephalic position in preparation for childbirth and I should have known that she would always do things her own way.
“I desperately wanted a third child after the previous one was broken.
But her arrival would have been easier if I hadn’t fallen 4 weeks earlier and had broken my ankle and forced to limp around with a plastered leg; bulky belly; crutches and ridiculously large breasts.
“Admittedly, I hadn’t really had tantrums until she came over. It was whispered about “third child syndrome,” but she never fitted a template, our Martha. She just stamped her feet and repeated, “I just don’t want to.”
Sweet: Ulrika wrote a long tribute to the teen she described as ’empathetic’ and ‘confident’ and joked that she ‘hadn’t really experienced tantrums until she came over’
“I nicknamed her Moo because her lashes were unabashedly long, like moo cows.”
Everyone loved her – her beauty; her breathtaking clarity and learning ability, but it was her mind that overshadowed everything else.
Now 16, she has become our own social justice fighter – strong in feminism, racism, gay rights and environmentalism.
“She is militant in her approach and relentless in her response. She is empathetic and cares for others and cannot tolerate injustice.
Adorable: Ulrika posted a photo of herself rocking Martha as a baby, along with other photos of mother and daughter over the years
Ulrika wrote: ‘It was whispered about’ third child syndrome ‘, but she never fitted a template, our Martha’
Ulrika added: ‘She just stamped her feet and repeated over and over again,’ I just don’t want to. ‘””
She is confident but shows humility and has the best soothing face in the industry. She is an education; a whirlwind and a passionate sensitivity.
“We greet you, Moo. (Mama hopes you enjoy your books on feminism and feminine sexual fantasies. Yes, you read that right). #marthamoo ‘.
Ulrika shared several photos of Martha, including some taken on her birthday, holding her cake with a few of her as a small child.
Ulrika also posted a photo of herself rocking Martha as a baby, along with other photos of mother and daughter over the years.
She wrote, “I nicknamed her Moo because her lashes were unabashedly long, like moo cows.”
Ulrika said, “Everyone loved her – her beauty; her breathtaking clarity and learning ability, but it was her mind that overshadowed everything else ‘
She added: “Now 16, she has become our own social justice fighter – strong for feminism, racism, gay rights and environmentalism.”
Along with Martha, the former Celebrity Big Brother winner is also mom to Cameron, 25, Bo, 20 and Malcolm, 11, from past relationships.
It comes after Ulrika reveals that lockdown has brought her closer to her 14-year-old ex, Brian Monet.
The star, who was vocal about her “baron sexless marriage” and their “devastating lack of intimacy,” revealed how the corona virus pandemic has forced them to work together since he left 18 months ago.
She wrote in it The sun“If you had told me two years ago that a cruel and punishing virus would destroy the world and make me spend more time with my ex-husband, I would have believed the first part, but not the last.”
The Swedish star went on to say that she felt there was ‘some sort of aggravating moment’ between them because the ‘kids need their dad’.
Ulrika wrote, “She is militant in her approach and brutal in her response. She is empathetic and cares for others and cannot tolerate injustice ‘
She continued, ‘As we went on, only being able to take one day at a time because that’s all we can all really do, I felt a real joining of forces, we never, ever argued over the kids, so the arrangements remained fluid and flexible.
“I would offer to get things for him and vice versa. I thought it would be indecent to cook for three children while he is eating in his house across the road, so I would ask him to come eat with us. ‘
Ulrika closed out all hope of reconciliation as she moved on with a new friend, who she says helped end her five-year sex drought.
But the pair isolate themselves, and Ulrika joked that by the time the lockout ends, she’ll be a virgin again.
Previous relationship: It comes after Ulrika reveals that lockdown has brought her closer to her 14-year-old ex, Brian Monet (pictured together in 2013)