Ulrika Jonsson, 53, displays her enviable frame in  underwear

‘Time to put my big girls’ pants on’: Ulrika Jonsson, 53, displays her enviable frame in ‘apple catcher’ underwear after ditching ‘dental floss’ thongs

Ulrika Jonsson looked sensational as she posed in black ‘apple catcher’ underwear after ditching scanty ‘dental floss’ thongs.

The presenter, 53, displayed her enviable frame as she donned black boy shorts, paired with a matching crop-top in the sizzling selfie, taken in her bedroom.

Her blonde tresses were styled in loose waves as she also showcased her bronzed legs. 

Wow; Ulrika Jonsson looked sensational as she posed in black ‘apple catcher’ underwear after ditching scanty ‘dental floss’ thongs on Monday

 She captioned the snap: ‘Time to put my big girls’ pants on.

‘Always preferred big Apple Catchers to Dental Floss anyway. I’m a comfort girl. Looks grim outside but got to crack on.

‘Right now, I’d love someone to bring me a cuppa in bed but that ain’t happening.

‘Gonna get my a**e in gear and soldier on.

The snap comes after Ulrika  admitted her daughter Bo was ‘terrified’ before Britain went into lockdown and is taking risks by going to university.

The TV presenter’s daughter, 20, who has a compromised immune system and an underlying cardiac condition, has begun her second year of university amid the ongoing pandemic.

Speaking on Monday’s episode of Good Morning Britain, Ulrika said: ‘At the beginning of Lockdown, Bo was terrified and went into lockdown a week before the nation went into lockdown.

Health: The snap comes after Ulrika admitted her daughter Bo was ‘terrified’ before Britain went into lockdown and is taking risks by going to university

‘As time went by I became increasingly concerned about her mental health because she was basically locked up in her room. She had contact with her friends on FaceTime but that social thing they thrive on became a concern for me.’

The Swedish star explained that Bo is now doing a combination of in-person lectures and virtual work at university and feels more confident than she did at the beginning of lockdown.

She said: ‘After three months, she decided when she was allowed, to bubble with another family and her present situation is that the college is doing a mix of lectures and virtual. 

‘She also does a lot of placements and those are constantly under review. I think Bo’s approach now is, strangely, a lot more relaxed than she was initially. She feels like she’s had a taste of normal life and is having to take some risks.’

Family: Bo, who has a compromised immune system and an underlying cardiac condition, has begun her second year of university amid the ongoing pandemic

Ulrika also gave her thoughts on Sweden’s response to the coronavirus, who unlike the UK and many other countries, never had a full-scale lockdown.  

She said: ‘Being Swedish, the Swedes have not had anything imposed on them. They’ve been asked to do things and as they’re community minded, they tend to do what they’re told. 

‘They’ve kept the country going and there are no real massive impositions. My nephew has been in school throughout, my sister has stayed working. I think they feel proud of the way their government has dealt with the situation.’   

It comes after Ulrika admitted earlier this month that she ‘sobbed every night’ when her son Cameron first went to university. 

Ulrika said: ‘I think Bo’s approach now is strangely, a lot more relaxed than she was initially. She feels like she’s had a taste of normal life and is having to take some risks’

Sharing snaps of her 25-year-old, who she shares with ex-husband John Turnbull, she reflected on when he left home seven years earlier, and the TV presenter said she was ‘not good at letting go’. 

She wrote: ‘For all those parents going through the same right now: it does eventually get better. And then they come home penniless, hungover and qualified as plonkers (and in Goldenballs’ case, Film Director).

‘But the changing shape of the family isn’t always an easy transition. 2 out of 4 of mine are gone.’ 

She went on: ‘Now my youngest wonders why I cling on to him for dear life when he walks to school every morning, dragging me along the ground, behind him….’

Looking back: It comes after Ulrika admitted earlier this month that she ‘sobbed every night’ when her son Cameron, 25, first went to university

‘I’m just not good at letting go of things I thought I owned but are apparently just on loan, ‘s all (sic).’

Her post comes after she praised her ‘brilliant’ daughter Martha for passing her GCSEs last month, after the government’s U-turn meant results could be based on teachers’ estimated grades following the cancellation of exams amid the pandemic.

The TV star shares Bo with hotel manager Marcus Kempen, and Malcolm, 12, with advertising executive Brian Monet.

Ulrika said: ‘The changing shape of the family isn’t always an easy transition. 2 out of 4 of mine are gone’

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