Ulrika Jonsson cheekily says Swedish are ‘great at sex’ and ‘love being naked’

Ulrika Jonsson has bragged about her skills in the bedroom as she claims Swedish people are 'great at sex.'

The claim stems from a new survey that has found that British citizens are now drawing level with their Scandinavian counterparts on their attitudes towards sex.

The World Values Study discovered that 42 per cent of the UK now views casual sex as completely normal.

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Those figures draw comparatively close to 39 per cent of Swedes, with the notoriously passionate French coming in at 26 per cent.

Talking about the results in her column for The Sun, Swedish beauty Ulrika has confessed to believing their open attitude towards sex is why Swedes make such great bedroom buddies.

Ulrika, 55, credited early sex education as a driving factor behind the sexuality of Swedes admitting it is "not introduced to kids under a shroud of awkwardness, pretension or embarrassment."

The former Gladiators host – who has regularly stripped off on her Instagram page – also admitted that Scandis are very comfortable in their own skin.

She said: "Scandis have no unease about nudity. They’re not self-conscious. People sunbathe naked and go skinny-dipping. And sauna culture is just a fact of life for everyone."

Ulrika also admitted that equality in the bedroom is a contributing factor in having a satisfying and happy sex life.

And she criticised older attitudes towards sex in the UK when she originally came to country.

She added: "It’s never been cursed by the hush-hush, awkward, shameful aura created by the people I encountered when I first came to this country.

"I think that establishing communication equality in the bedroom, a naturalness about nudity and a true acceptance that there is no shame in pleasure means they’ve got a lot of things right."

Ulrika recently sparked concerns from her fans when she posted a cryptic message on social media.

She shared a picture of a wishbone from a chicken and captioned the post with a candid poem about trust and “not being taken for a fool.”

The post read: “Wishbone. I wish for other people’s honesty. I wish for their courage. I wish for them to mean what they say. I wish for their integrity.”

The lengthy poem went on further, with the star wishing people would know that she is “brave” and to “not take her for a fool.”

Fans then rushed to the comments to offer words of advice and support for the Swedish star.

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