SUZANNE Somers, 74, revealed the secrets to her twice-a-day sex sessions with husband Alan Hamel, 84.
The Three's Company alum married Alan back in 1977.
While speaking to Daily Blast LIVE on Monday, Suzanne recommended those that want a sex life as active as her should use progesterone cream, the melanocortin based peptide PT-141 and drink tequila every single day at 5pm.
Suzanne told the outlet: "He's been on hormone replacements for over 20 years."
She continued of her husband of 43 years: "There's a whole new world of peptides, and I think that's where my [28th] book is going to go because there's a peptide called PT-141 and that's for, you know, making you hornier."
The actress added that she doesn't let her age get in the way of their love making, explaining: "I may be in my 70s now, and I always thought when I got in this decade that it would be over and I just want people to know it ain't over if you know how to take care of yourself."
Suzanne shares son Bruce Somers Jr., with ex-husband Bruce Somers, while Alan is the father to son Stephen and daughter Leslie with ex-wife Marilyn Hamel.
The actress has three granddaughters: Camelia, Violet and Daisy Hamel-Buffa.
Now that the couple is living alone, she revealed that they are "having a great time."
Suzanne told the outlet: "Yes, we have a lot of sex because we're in balance.
"We're business partners, we're lovers, we're friends, companions and honestly – I know this sounds weird – but I miss him when he's in the other room. It's magically lucky."
The actress has always been candid about the couple's sex life, as she previously revealed that they have sex "three times before noon" most days.
Back in March, the 74-year-old had a chat on Heather Dubrow's World podcast about her sex life, as she explained that the longtime couple have been “having a lot of sex” lately because of "hormones."
She said: "At this stage of life, most people think that’s, you know, over the hill, too much information.
“But what time is it, like noon? I’ve had sex with him three times so far today. What is it about 4:30 in the morning that suddenly, there he is? I’m going, ‘Could you just wait until the sun comes up?’”
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