Emma Willis shares intimate insight into marriage ‘He does not know any ...

EMMA WILLIS - who hosts The Voice UK - has shared a surprisingly intimate insight into her marriage with husband Matt Willis, as the presenter admitted she hasn't worn any "sexy" underwear since the couple's day.

PUBLISHED: 23:31, Fri, Oct 16, 2020 | UPDATED: 23:31, Fri, Oct 16, 2020

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Emma Willis, 44, has revealed she owns 25 pairs of the same underpants and always opts for “comfort” over “sexy” . Fortunately for The Voice host, her husband Matt Willis, 37, is accustomed to her preferences.

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The presenter quipped that she has managed to convince the Busted singer that he sees in magazines is “not real”.

Emma divulged: “I don’t think I have done sexy since my day. It is all about comfort, innit?

"You can’t jump around in a G string at the age of 44.

"You just can’t. You can but there is no support, absolutely not.

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Emma WillisEmma Willis shares intimate insight into marriage (Image: GETTY)

Emma WillisEmma Willis admitted she hasn’t worn any 'sexy' underwear since the couple’s day (Image: GETTY)

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“My underwear drawer is literally 25 pairs of the same pairs of pants.”

In spite of the lack of variation in her underwear collection, the mum-of-three insisted Matt “does not know any different”.

She continued: “The same colour and same make and it has been the same colour and same make since I met him. He does not know any different.

"I met him when he was 21 so it is almost like I raised him in captivity and just made him believe that this is the way the world is and just to enjoy it.

 

Emma WillisEmma Willis said she prefers to feel comfortable

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