This Mornings Vanessa Feltz urges possible suitors to get in touch – but has a condition

This Morning agony aunt Vanessa Feltz has revealed that she is on the hunt for a new suitor while revealing the very specific condition she has.

Vanessa, who recently claimed that the Queen Consort Camilla keeps a lid on King Charles’ temper, broke up with her partner of 17 years, Ben Ofoedu, earlier this year after discovering he had been cheating and messaging fans on social media.

Vanessa has been incredibly open about the split and the effect it has had on her, leading to massive support from fans and friends like Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond.

Sitting down with hosts Rochelle Humes and Phillip Schofield, who recently returned from his two week-long break, Vanessa and the cast discussed recent data that showed women prefer men who can make a decent fry-up over avocado on toast.

"As you know, I have a vacancy in that department," Vanessa Joked. "I wouldn't mind if it was a cup of tea, a cheese sandwich, a little bit of ironing, clean the windows.

"I think there is something very sexy, and very loving, and it gives you a feeling of being cared for and kind of seen, heard and understood."

In an exclusive interview with OK earlier this month, Vanessa further opened up about the split while also noting the close relationship she has with her co-stars Alison and Holly.

“I’ve known Alison for about 21 years, and Holly for 10 – it’s a long time,” she said. “We’re proper friends in real life. It’s not just a TV thing, it’s a real thing. Both of those women are 100 per cent there for me, and have been in various different circumstances.”

She added: “Without question, they’re among the first women I hear from. They’re great women and they’re great friends. What you see on TV is what they’re really like, and they’re very funny. They are excellent company and tremendous for a girls’ night out.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Vanessa admitted to taking it “day by day” so she doesn’t overthink the situation.

"You can quickly fast-forward to a place of complete panic, shock and turmoil that whatever it is you thought you could rely on, you can’t, and whatever you thought was a permanent and a constant, isn’t,” she said.

Talking about the importance of breaking down the day, she explained: “Do it in small increments.

"Just focus on the actual thing you’re doing at the time, and try not to see the whole thing as an engulfing situation of total chaos that’s out of control."

“It’s about being productive. You’re just keeping on keeping on, but you’re doing it in a very small way.

"And you’re still alive at the end of it. I think that’s the way forward."


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