Michelle Visage spoke candidly about spending lockdown with her husband David Case during her appearance on Tuesday's edition of The One Show.
The RuPaul's Drag Race judge, 52, joked that she felt there was 'something wrong' when the only time she had to herself was in the loo, as she insisted married couples 'need their space'.
Reflecting on how divorce rates have gone up during the coronavirus crisis, and how parents are struggling to cope, she said: 'We are not equipped to be doing all of this, we are not prepared.
'When my moments of peace are in the loo, there's something wrong!' Michelle Visage joked about spending lockdown with husband David Case on Tuesday's The One ShowInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'And as married couples, yes of course we love one another, I've been with my husband for 24 years it doesn't mean I have to be with him 24 hours a day, seven days a week, doing everything together.
'We need our space, I think that's what makes marriages work, when we have individuality and then come together as a couple.
'And when you're together all the time, there's a lot of encroaching. When my good moments of peace were in the loo, there's something wrong!'
Michelle has been happily married to David since 1997, and they share daughters Lillie, 20, and Lola, 18, together.
Candid: Michelle (pictured with David and daughters Lillie and Lola) said: 'I've been with my husband for 24 years it doesn't mean I have to be with him 24 hours a day, seven days a week'
Amusing: Michelle reflected, 'When you're together all the time, there's a lot of encroaching. When my good moments of peace were in the loo, there's something wrong!'
The former Strictly Come Dancing star is well known for her role as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race and it's UK edition, which is set to return on January 14.
Asked if her comments to the queens have gotten 'meaner' over the years, Michelle insisted she tells them 'what is needed.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She explained: 'I'm a mother, of course I got meaner over the years. No, I judge what is needed, what is fit for the situation.
'If they are indignant or not learning or belligerent then I get tougher, if they are understanding and open then I'm kinder, it's really about critiquing in the moment.
Honest: Reflecting on how divorce rates have gone up during the coronavirus crisis, she added: 'We need our space, I think that's what makes marriages work'
Happy couple: Michelle (pictured with David before they tied the knot) has been happily married to David since 1997
'It's not personal, I don't know them, I haven't met them, I've not spent them, I'm literally critiquing the brief they were given.
'Did they do it well? Are they listening? Are they open? Same way I parent my kids, I don't know if that's good or bad.'
Dawn French, Natalie Cassidy, Maya Jama and Jessie Ware are set to appear on the star-studded guest line-up for RuPaul's Drag Race UK's second series.
The foursome join Elizabeth Hurley, Sheridan Smith, Lorraine Kelly, MNEK and Jourdan Dunn on the show, which showcases the country's most sensational drag queens in a bid to be crowned the UK's next Drag Race Superstar.
Judge: Michelle is well known for her role as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race and it's UK edition, and she said of critiquing the queens: 'I judge what is needed, what is fit for the situation'
Line-up: (L-R) Tayce, A’Whora, Ellie Diamond, Asttina Mandella, Joe Black, Cherry Valentine, Tia Kofi, Ginny Lemon, Veronica Green, Sister Sister, Bimini Bon Boulash and Lawrence Chaney are competing on RuPaul's Drag Race UK series two
EastEnders icon Natalie, 37, will be making a cameo alongside DJ Jodie Harsh, RuPaul's Drag Race star Raven and choreographer Jay Revell.
In the running for the coveted title are Tayce, Joe Black, A'Whora, Tia Kofi, Ellie Diamond, Sister Sister, Veronica Green, Bimini Bon Boulash, Ginny Lemon, Asttina Mandella, Cherry Valentine, and Lawrence Cheney.
This upcoming edition will see the queens compete in weekly challenges, where their lip syncing, fashion sense, sewing, humour, singing, make-up, acting and dancing will be put to the test for ten weeks.
Following the franchise's mantra, the group will be assessed on their Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent, before the bottom two queens will be asked to lip sync to save their position in the competition.
Name: Lawrence Chaney
Who are you? I'm from Glasgow and every single stereotype that you are thinking right now about a Scottish person is, is true for me! I love Irn-Bru,