Carol Vorderman has made up her personal “feminine identical phrase” for the time period “participant”, the TV presenter lately published.
The previous Countdown host unfolded about exploring a “freer” approach of relationship in a brand new interview, claiming that “it used to be b******s” that girls are advised to discover a guy and calm down.
In dialog withThe Sun, Vorderman, 62, mentioned she’s playing being in “no-strings hooked up” relationships with males she calls her “particular buddies”.
She advised the newsletter: “I’m now not going to let you know all of the main points, however certainly one of my ‘friendships’ has long past on for 11 years. And I’ve one ‘particular pal’ in The united states.”
The media persona has been married two times, together with her 2d marriage to control marketing consultant Patrick King finishing in 2000 – after 10 years in combination.
She endured: “However I’m glad dwelling my lifestyles that approach. The folks concerned also are more than pleased about it. That’s between us, it’s not anything in any respect to do with anyone else.
Vorderman, who stocks two kids with King, additionally mentioned she got here up together with her personal phrase to explain ladies who have interaction in shorter, extra widespread, and informal romantic relationships.
She defined: “Up to now, you’d be known as terrible phrases as a girl. A person is a ‘participant’, however there’s no feminine identical phrase. So I’ve made one up. I name it ‘Boada’, which is like Boadicea [the warrior queen of the ancient British Iceni tribe].”
Vorderman mentioned she has no regrets over her romantic selections, including that she has a “complete, glad, thrilling, and adventurous lifestyles”.
“I feel many of us live that lifestyles however are too worried to mention,” she endured. “There are numerous recent divorcees entering their 50s and the bulk wouldn’t need to get married once more.”