THIS Morning presenter Holly Willoughby has offered fans advice on orgasms – as she morphs into Britain’s answer to Gwyneth Paltrow.
In the latest installment of her Wylde Moon blog, the ITV presenter wrote about “orgasmic anxiety” and joked about “shagging the Duke from Bridgerton”.
Holly, 42, launched the lifestyle website last year and has been compared to Hollywood star Gwyneth, who turned her newsletter Goop into a £196million wellness empire.
Holly wrote to her readers: ‘We’re all friends here, so I’ll get straight to the point; Ever feel frustrated, stressed, or anxious because you just can’t achieve orgasm?”
She continued: “It seems like we’re constantly surrounded by TV shows, movie scenes and stories where everyone has an amazing sex life, doesn’t it?
“If a show or ahas a sex scene with a heterosexual couple in the script. All it seems to do is a man undo his fly to make a woman start feeling mid orgasm, which, to be fair, might be a reasonable depiction of fucking the Duke of Bridgerton…”
She was referring to British heartthrob Regé-Jean Page, 35, who plays the Duke of Hastings in the Netflix drama.
Citing research that shows only about 50 percent of women climax during sex, Holly said she believes fear holds people back.
She wrote, “It’s that nagging feeling in the back of your head that tells you you’re not doing something right or that you’re broken because you can’t orgasm like everyone else.”
“It’s the pressure you put on yourself to perform, the fear of disappointing yourself or your partner, and the general distraction of sex that you never end up having in the end anyway… and so the vicious cycle continues.”
The married mum-of-three concludes: “But dear friends, there’s no such thing as ‘normal’ when it comes to orgasms,” before introducing Love Honey’s sex expert Sarah Mulindwa and sharing top tips.
Holly also shares her style and beauty tips on Wylde Moon. And like Gwyneth, 50, she also sells candles and perfume.
She previously admitted she liked the comparisons to the US star, who founded her online empire in 2008.
Holly said: “Although she was very successful in one area of her life, she had other dreams and she wanted to follow them. And I admire her very much for that.”