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'This Morning' hosts left blushing as 80-year-old guest details sex life with toyboy

Albertina Lloyd
Entertainment reporter, Yahoo UK

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were unable to hide their shock when an 80-year-old This Morning guest went into graphic detail about her sex life live on air.

Iris Jones appeared on the ITV show to discuss her relationship with 35-year-old toyboy Mohamed Irbriham who she met on Facebook, sparking concern among her family that he may be a gold digger.

Schofield asked Jones about her first night with Irbriham, to which she replied: “Oh, the first night? It was rough. Nobody had been near me for 35 years, I thought I was a virgin again.

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“Can I say what we used? An entire tub of KY jelly.”

Willoughby gasped and clapped her hand over mouth and both she and Schofield descended into giggles as Jones continued: “I couldn’t walk the next day. I felt as if I’d been riding a horse. Saddlesore wasn’t in it.”

Jones revealed many peope had warned her about Irbriham’s intentions, including her two sons. But she said she believes their love is “real and true” and he has said he will sign a legal document saying he does not want any of her money.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were a bit shocked by Iris Jones' honesty (Credit: AP)

Irbriham, from Cairo in Egypt told This Morning: "I love Iris to the point of madness, our love will win in the end because it's true."

Wrapping up the interview Willoughby giggled: “Other brands are available.”

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Jones, from Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, first got chatting to Irbriham last summer on a Facebook group exploring aetheism.

After declaring their love for one another she flew to Cairo in November to meet him in person.  They wanted to get married in Egypt right away, but the British Embassy told Jones she would need her divorce papers and also a certificate of no impediment before she could legall tie the knot.