Ulrika Jonsson urges people to be ‘f***ing kind’ after a stranger shouted at her and a family member

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Ulrika Jonsson urges people to be ‘f***ing kind’ after a stranger shouted at her and a family member during a shopping trip for not standing apart

Ulrika Jonsson has called for people to be ‘f***ing kind’ during the coronavirus crisis, after a stranger shouted at her and a family member for being too close.

Taking to Instagram to relay her experience on Thursday, the TV presenter, 52, shared a photo of her pet pooch and explained what happened in a lengthy caption.

Referring to her pet, she began: ‘When you wake up with a Bulldog between your legs…. When all you really need is to be held and loved and understood and cherished.

Upsetting experience: Ulrika Jonsson urged people to be ‘f***ing kind’ on Thursday, after a stranger shouted at her and a family member during a shopping trip for not standing apart

‘Not shouted at when you’re standing with a member of your family by passing woman to “STAND 2m APART!!!”

‘And SHOUTED at by member staff in (NOT my local Boots), to: “STAND BACK!! STAND BACK!”, as if there had just been biochemical leak.’

Urging people to be nicer, Ulrika went on: ‘Can people stop SHOUTING, please? And can someone, please, tell Tony Blair he’s no longer PM?

‘Can we PLEASE just be F****** KIND. Thanking you. 

Shocking: Ulrika explained that she was in a supermarket when a passerby and staff shouted at them to stand 2 metres apart (pictured with son Malcolm in October 2019)

Shocking: Ulrika explained that she was in a supermarket when a passerby and staff shouted at them to stand 2 metres apart (pictured with son Malcolm in October 2019)

Explanation: Taking to Instagram to relay her experience, the TV presenter shared a photo of her pet pooch and said: 'Can we PLEASE just be F****** KIND. Thanking you'

Explanation: Taking to Instagram to relay her experience, the TV presenter shared a photo of her pet pooch and said: ‘Can we PLEASE just be F****** KIND. Thanking you’

On Wednesday, Ulrika joked that she will ‘be a virgin again’ once current lockdown laws are lifted due to being separated from her new boyfriend for an extended period of time.

The frustrated mother-of-four is currently adhering to government mandated policies regarding self-quarantine and social distancing in the fight against the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

But remaining at home for the foreseeable future has put a minor strain on her blossoming romance with a new partner, whose name is yet to be made public, because the couple had only just started to develop the physical side of their relationship before Britain was gripped by the deadly virus.

Frustrated: On Wednesday, Ulrika joked that she will ‘be a virgin again’ once current lockdown laws are lifted due to being separated from her new boyfriend for an extended period if tune

Frustrated: On Wednesday, Ulrika joked that she will ‘be a virgin again’ once current lockdown laws are lifted due to being separated from her new boyfriend for an extended period if tune

Addressing the issue in her BEST magazine column, Ulrika, 52, admitted it was all the more frustrating because she had entered the relationship after ending a sexually ‘barren’ 14-year marriage to her third husband, Brian Monet.

She explained: ‘Having spent the past two years of coming out of a somewhat ‘barren’ marriage with little human touch, I have then spent the past five months motoring along in a physical relationship with a new man – so you might see the confusion my brain and body is suffering.

‘It took a lot to get my inner sexual engine started up again – only for coronavirus to take away the petrol and dump me in an isolated garage on the edge of nowhere.’

Problematic: Ulrika admitted it was all the more frustrating because she had entered the relationship after ending a sexually ‘barren’ 14-year marriage to her third husband, Brian Monet (pictured)

Problematic: Ulrika admitted it was all the more frustrating because she had entered the relationship after ending a sexually ‘barren’ 14-year marriage to her third husband, Brian Monet (pictured)

The presenter, who divorced American advertising executive Monet in 2019, admitted it took a lengthy period of reconditioning before she could finally accept attention from the opposite sex.   

She said: ‘I know you might argue that missing intimacy, touch, love and affection, is way down the list of needs and musts right now – and I hear you.

‘But it took a long time to reprogram my dormant brain to wake up and give and receive affection. And now I’m trying to do the reverse. And you know what they say about old dogs…

‘So, instead, my new approach is looking forward to ‘dating’ again – whenever that may be. I’m trying my hardest to remember what it feels like. At the same time as wonder whether I’ll actually be a virgin again by the time this is all over.’

Opening up: The presenter, who divorced American advertising executive Monet in 2019, admitted it took a lengthy period of reconditioning before she could finally accept attention from the opposite sex

 Opening up: The presenter, who divorced American advertising executive Monet in 2019, admitted it took a lengthy period of reconditioning before she could finally accept attention from the opposite sex

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