Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith, 79, says she hopes her sex life goes on for 'the longer the better'. Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith, 79, has spoken frankly and openly about her sex life with second husband John Playfair, 72, admitting she hopes it continues. The Channel 4 favourite married John in after they met at a dinner party in , but still live apart in separate properties. However it seems it doesn't affect their intimacy at all, as Bake Off star Prue said: "I remember writing an article once about late life love. I got into trouble with my family and I don't want to be the poster girl for geriatric sex, so let's not go on about this. However I don't know how long my sex life will go on for, but as far as I am concerned, the longer the better.
'I'm no Prude!' Bake Off judge Prue Leith tells how she learned that good sex can take time
Bake Off's Prue Leith doesn't want to be 'poster girl for geriatric sex' - Daily Star
By Kayleigh Giles For Mailonline. She has made no secret of her colourful sex life and Prue Leith has once again proved she is no prude. The new Great British Bake Off judge, 77, has affirmed that she and her toyboy husband are still very active in the bedroom, a revelation that comes just a short while after her co-star Paul Hollywood revealed that Prue's live wire ways even saw her take to the pole at a nightclub. Speaking about her intimacy with husband John Playfair, 70, she told The Sun : 'Older people think that's rather romantic and charming. Younger people think, "Good Lord, are they really still at it? She then revealed that her co-judge, returning Bake Off star Paul Hollywood, often mocks her for writing 'porn'. The culinary expert confessed: 'He has this running joke that all I write about is porn, which I do not.
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Writing sex scenes, that your children will read, and eating Ambrosia custard from a carton: things I did not expect to be discussing with Prue Leith, writer of cookbooks and of novels, TV personality, and queen of the statement necklace. But little about Leith is predictable. She has set up, and sold, a cookery school and a contract catering company. A former UK businesswoman of the year, she has been involved in commercial, cultural and educational endeavours at the highest level, and is a campaigner on a variety of issues from sustainability to end of life care. She and Kruger were together more than 40 years, until his death in , and have a daughter Li-Da and a son Danny.
Baking expert reveals she lost her virginity at a young age with a 'pushy' boyfriend but learned over time that sex is 'great', and then had a fling with her mother's friend's husband Rayne Kruger. Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith has told how sex eventually became the icing on the cake for her — after a fruitless first effort. Subscriptions Sign Out. By Mark Jefferies Showbiz Editor.