The Weakest Link presenter Anne Robinson has credited sex for keeping her “young” after she joined popular dating app, Tinder.
The 72-year-old described herself as a “committee of one” following two previous marriages but suggested that she was not short of male attention.
She told The Sun newspaper: ” “I hope all women my age are having sex, why wouldn’t they be? It’s what keeps me young.
“I don’t have a partner at the moment, I’ve had two husbands and they’re lovely. I’m a committee of one.”
Her comments came after she experimented with the matchmaking app during BBC 1 documentary Britain’s Relationship Secrets on Monday.
But the cutting TV quiz-master made her standards clear as she ruled out potential partners who drink or have a low income.
She said on the show: “I just want a Tinder that’s CEOs and upwards.”
Robinson, who has recently been tipped as a contestant for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing contest, divorced John Penrose a decade ago following their 27-year marriage.
She was previously married to Charles Wilson from 1968 to 1973.