MOIRA Stuart OBE opened up about her 'athletic' sex life as she shone on the Strictly Come Dancing's Christmas special.
The esteemed broadcaster, 72, admitted she sometimes 'didn't even bother to shake hands' before getting down to business with her lovers.
"Boyfriends have been delicious,’ she told the Daily Telegraph in 2019.
"Particularly coming up in the Sixties, before Aids and whatever else.
"You didn’t even bother to shake hands … You had wonderful, open and, how can I put this, energetic, athletic relationships with all kinds of people."
The history making presenter impressed telly audiences with her stint on Strictly's Christmas special.
She partnered up with Aljaž Škorjanec for a delightful salsa to 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,' which fans watching at home loved.
"Moira Stuart is a National Treasure," one happy camper wrote on Twitter.
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Another added: "Moira Stewart giving me Liza Minnelli vibes. I love her.
And a third commented: "Moira Stuart is exceptionally good value."
Moira does not have children and is unmarried but did admit to The Daily Mail that she almost married twice.
She was also sensationally propositioned by Today show presenter John Humphrys who once told her she was “sensationally sexy”.
He is believed to have said: “You're the most sensationally sexy lady I know. The best thing we can do for the next few hours is to make mad, passionate love in the basement.”
Moira made no comment other than to point out that the programme had been recorded for the deaf community which meant the audience could lip-read every word he said.
She made history in 1981 when she became the UK's first female black and Caribbean newsreader.
Moira first began working with the BBC in the 1970s as a production assistant in Radio's Talks and Documentaries department before moving to television news in 1981.
Since then, Moira has presented on every news bulletin devised on BBC Television, bar the Ten O'Clock News.
The veteran revealed in 2017 that she has been forced to quit booze after developing “problems with alcohol”.
Moira was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2001 Queen's Birthday Honours, for her outstanding services to broadcasting.
The legendary TV presenter has received many other prestigious awards, including Best Newscaster of the Year in 1988
She won the Harvey Lee Award for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting at Broadcasting Press Guild Awards in 2020.
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