Ulrika Jonsson's daughter has received her COVID-19 vaccine.
The 53-year-old television presenter is overjoyed that her eldest child Bo, who has a congenital heart defect, has been given the first dose of her coronavirus jab.
Taking to Instagram, Ulrika shared: "For all those with full hearts, functioning hearts, borrowed hearts, broken hearts and biologically faulty hearts, this has made my heart sing. Ungrateful [Bo] with congenital heart defect has been vaccinated. And breathe..... (sic)"
Meanwhile, back in April last year, Ulrika admitted she was missing sex during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ulrika explained: "Oh, how I smugly giggled to myself, that I would never let that physical and sexual aspect of my life become dormant again. I would never accept anything less than palpable, sensual, human touch on a very regular level ever again. I'd got my mojo back and I was going to make sure I never let it go. Ever. Unless, of course, a pandemic sweeps the world and causes chaos and bans us from seeing people other than the ones we're living with. Shoot me now."
And Ulrika started coming up with some interesting ways to keep their relationship alive.
She explained: "I want to snog the face off my man, touch his strong arms. To be quite frank, I'd be happy to poke him in the eye with my index finger. Anything. I asked my eldest daughter whether it would be wrong of me to ask him to send me nude pics. It was worth it just to see her face."
Ulrika has spent the pandemic isolating at home with three of her children - Bo, 19, Martha, 15 and Malcolm, 11.
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