She recently revealed that she's going through a divorce with third husband Brian Monet.
But optimistic Ulrika Jonsson has denied that she's been unlucky in love through the years, explaining that she's simply had 'lot's of Mr Rights'.
The 51-year-old former weather girl also stated that looking for another man 'hasn’t even made my agenda'.
Optimistic: Ulrika Jonsson, 51, has denied that she's been unlucky in love through the years, explaining that she's simply had 'lot's of Mr Rights'
The star recently opened up to The Mirror about her high profile love life in the midst of her split which she has called 'painful and ghastly'.
She said: 'When people have said I am ‘unlucky in love’, I just think: Why is it unlucky in love? Sometimes relationships run their course. I have had so many Mr Rights!
'Are you supposed to meet someone at 14 and just be with them for ever? That is unlikely to happen.'
The TV personality went on to say that she is far from ready to join the dating scene and is not looking for another man.
She added: 'The whole idea of looking for a partner is not even on the bottom of my agenda – it hasn’t even made my agenda.'
Happier times: The former weather girl also stated that looking for another man 'hasn’t even made my agenda' (Pictured with husband Brian in 2009)
Honest: 'When people have said I am ‘unlucky in love’, I just think: Why is it unlucky in love? Sometimes relationships run their course. I have had so many Mr Rights!'
Instead, the mum-of-four has chosen to concentrate on her other loves that make her 'full and complete', namely her children, as well as passions such as gardening and cooking.
She continued to say that past partners have 'just happened' to come into her life, before stating that she's 'absolutely not' searching for another man'
Ulrika words come after she previously accused her husband Brian of 'abandoning her' and said the 'ghastly and painful' split has left her feeling 'weak and pathetic.'
The Swedish Beauty had been responding to fan's messages of support on her Instagram page on Wednesday, a day after she told Best magazine she was getting divorced after counselling failed to save her 11-year marriage.
Attempting to answer all of the comments, Ulrika gave an insight into how she was feeling at this heartbreaking time.
Struggling: Ulrika accused her third husband Brian Monet of 'abandoning her' and said the 'ghastly and painful' split has left her feeling 'weak and pathetic' (above in 2008)
One follower wrote to her: 'Divorce is s**t. I feel your pain and hope you manage to find some peace from it quickly. One of the most painful things to go through.'
Ulrika responded: 'Sooooo painful. Ghastly. And I hadn't really anticipated it. Want to emerge strong as f**k but feel a bit weak and pathetic at moment!!'
Another fan wrote: 'Whilst going through the menopause my husband left me for someone 17 years younger after 20 years of marriage.'
Ulrika wrote: 'menopause is s**t and a time we need the most support - not to be abandoned. Bloody s**t. Sending you love.'
Tough time: The Swedish Beauty had been responding to fan's messages of support on her Instagram page on Wednesday
Candid: Attempting to answer all of the comments, Ulrika gave an insight into how she was feeling at this heartbreaking time
When another follower thanked Ulrika for taking the time to respond to posts, she replied: 'thank you, lovely. Another rough day but that’s life isn’t it?
'Thanks for your continued support. I like to reply to everyone if I can. If someone’s taken the trouble to write I want to show consideration by responding. Sending lots of love. X.'
Ulrika had revealed her sad news in the latest issue of Best magazine and said: 'You can only resolve problems with another person. If I'm honest, getting another divorce aged 51 is not where I thought I would be, so who knows?
'I just don't know what shape my future will take. I can't contemplate dating again. Then again, I've said I will never marry again before, and I did. I've been content being out of the limelight. I haven't craved it but, that said, I do need to live.'
Open: Ulrika had revealed her sad split news in the latest issue of Best magazine, telling the publication she was getting divorced after counselling failed to save her 11-year marriage
Real: The TV star said she feels she owes it to her social media followers to be honest about her life and tells them if she is having bad times. She said: 'Let's just say I am a work in progress. I will die being unfinished - but that's probably not a bad thing'
Ulrika has said that she has taken to Instagramming to take her mind off things and even posted a shot a couple of months ago, in which she looked very down.
She wrote: 'It's been quite the couple of days.'
And last August, she wrote on social media: 'Yesterday was a tough day. Dealing with a lot of things. And yes, I know there are always people worse off.
'But that’s not how it works. Please don’t feel obliged to leave kind comments - I’m not fishing for sympathy. You’re a kind lot, I know. #copingnotcoping #mentalhealth #keepingbusytoday.'
Honesty: Ulrika shared this image to Instagram a few months ago and wrote: 'It's been quite the couple of days'
Nothing to say: Ulrika didn't mention her split from Brian when appearing on Lorraine on Tuesday alongside her daughter Martha to discuss sex education
It's not known when mother-of-four Ulrika and Brian split but MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for comment.
Ulrika and Brian, who is believed to be 50, tied the knot in 2008 and share one son, Malcolm, 10. They began their relationship in 2006.
In 2014, Brian also adopted her daughter Bo, now 18, from the presenter's relationship with German hotel boss Markus Kempen.