Tamara Ecclestone and her husband are creative with their lovemaking because they can't have sex in their bedroom
The 34-year-old socialite and her spouse Jay Rutland have four-year-old daughter Sophia together and the tot still sleeps in bed with her parents every night, which means their bed is off-limits for adult fun
12 July 2018
However, Tamara insists her child's sleeping arrangements do not have a negative effect on her and Jay's sex life because they simply get frisky in other rooms around their sprawling home.
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Tamara - the daughter of former Formula One Group chief ex ecutive Bernie Ecclestone and Serbian model Slavica Ecclestone - made the admission after being quizzed about the subject when she appeared as a guest panellist on 'Loose Women' on Tuesday (10.07.18).
Fellow panellist Gloria Hunniford said: "It has been documented that Fifi sleeps in your bed and still sleeps in your bed at the age of four. Did Jay find that odd in the beginning or does he find that odd now?"
To which Tamara replied: "Now he really, really likes it and he comes to bed later than us. I hear him getting into bed and kissing her and I know that he loves having her there. I know that he wouldn't have it any other way. I think it was a little bit of an adjustment at the beginning, but he says that he's happy."
Intrigued by the arrangement, Gloria, 78, enquired: "But how do you get round to doing the business? Where do you get that intimacy?"
With a wide smile, Tamara spilled: "There are other rooms! There are other places, there are other rooms. That's fine, the bed is for sleeping ... at least in our house."
Tamara's revelation, led to panellist Coleen Nolan to squeal: "Ooh, Tamara, I've seen a new side to you."
The reality TV star also once again defended her decision to still breastfeed Sophia once a day even though she is getting close to school age.
During a chat about breastfeeding, Tamara told Gloria, Coleen, 53, and Stacey Solomon, 28, that it is now only part of her bedtime ritual but she won't stop doing it just because some people have an issue with her weaning.
She said: "In the beginning I did not know that breastfeeding would cause so much outrage. I've had so many people coming up to me thanking me for letting them do what they want to do. I've never judged another mum, we're all doing our best
"Now it's only at bedtime, after bath time, four stories. She has the boob and falls asleep. It's happening every less then less. She doesn't do in the day anymore ... It's her way to settle at the end of the day. I think it's her way to reconnect at the end of the day. It’s our quiet time. It's something I'm actually proud of ... They're going to troll for anything - your breastfeeding, weight or your hair."