Suzanne Somers dishes she and husband are 'having a lot of sex'

Suzanne Somers, 74, dishes she and husband Alan Hamel, 84, have been romping ‘a lot’ in lockdown: ‘I’ve had sex with him three times so far today’

Suzanne Somers, 74, has gushed about her voraciously active sex life with her husband Alan Hamel, 84.

She had a candid conversation on a recent episode of the podcast Heather Dubrow’s World whose hostess used to be a Real Housewife Of Orange County.

The Three’s Company blonde, who has been married to Alan for more than four decades, shared that ‘because of hormones we’re having a lot of sex.’

Happy couple: Suzanne Somers, 74, has gushed about her voraciously active sex life with her husband Alan Hamel, 84; they are pictured in 2019

Suzanne added: ‘And 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? There’s already been three – I’ve had sex with him three times so far today.’

She dished that he was awake and ready to romp at 4:30am and she drily asked him: ‘Could you just wait like till the sun comes up?’

Back in 2019 she revealed to that Alan’s libido gets a boost from injections of the melanocortin based peptide PT-141.

‘I’m kind of in that groove, like when you were younger and you’re in the mood all the time, and so is he because he’s on hormone replacements,’ she spilled.

Blonde: Suzanne, who has been married to Alan for more than four decades, shared that ‘because of hormones we’re having a lot of sex’; she is pictured in 2018

Suzanne discovered that PT-141 is a ‘sexual stimulant that works on your brain’ and integrated it into her sex life with her man.

‘I thought: “Wow, what a great thing.” Because men have had Viagra, but this is actually a shot for both men and women that’s not a drug,’ she insisted.

‘It just stimulates that part of your brain that says: “Hey, I’m kind of in the mood.” And, so, isn’t that a wonderful thing? And it’s not a drug, so I love it.’  

Side by side: The dynamic duo are pictured together at Studio 54 in 1978, a year after they tied the knot with a priest and a rabbi jointly performing the wedding

They married in 1977 and although they did not have any children together they had each become parents during their previous marriages.

Suzanne, nee Mahoney, married one Bruce Somers in 1965 at the age of 19 and had a son with him called Bruce Jr. before their divorce in 1968.

Meanwhile when he was 19 himself Alan married a woman called Marilyn with whom he had his son Stephen and daughter Leslie.

Alan has admitted that he and Suzanne ‘married and fought like wild dogs for years. But we both knew that this was the real deal and worth figuring out, which we did.’

Through the years: Suzanne and Alan, who lived together for years before they got married, are pictured in a portrait in 1980

He added: ‘Since that time, our relationship has really deepened and I don’t remember the last time we argued. We are together 24 hours a day and not one night apart in over 40 years. I crave another 40.’

As he is Jewish and Suzanne is Irish Catholic they enlisted both a priest and a rabbi to perform their 1977 nuptials.

They lived together for years before marrying and during their engagement Suzanne told People that it was ‘a great relief’ to make the romance legal.

She explained: ‘Our relationship has been a product of the 1970s, the era of cohabiting, but I’m ready for the respectability of it, and so is Alan.’

A couple that works together: The duo are pictured in 1994 at a Beverly Hills kick-off party for the Suzanne Somers Show which she hostessed and he produced

During that 1977 interview Suzanne recalled the moment she and Alan first met, saying: ‘My mouth fell open like a St. Bernard’s and I still feel that way about him.’

A few years ago Suzanne shed light on the tensions that roiled their relationship in the early stages of their marriage.

‘We argued a lot in the first 10 years, ‘cause we were blending families. And that’s very difficult because there’s no child who wants a new parent, so we’re trying to put our kids together, and you just have to be patient,’ she said on the Today show. 

‘The last 10 years, I don’t remember having an argument. We’re so compatible that even a cross tone will hurt one another’s feelings.’

Decade after decade: Suzanne and Alan are pictured out and about in Malibu in 2008

Alan rose to fame as a successful TV presenter in his native Canada but eventually moved into producing for the small screen.

His work in that area including Suzanne’s two talk shows as well as her 1980 romantic comedy film Nothing Personal co-starring Donald Sutherland.

More recently the couple have worked together hosting Virtual Happy Hours from their home bar on Facebook Live amid the coronavirus lockdowns.

Origin story: They got together while she was a prize model on the game show Anniversary Game from 1969 to 1970 and he was the host (pictured)

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