She regularly shares heartfelt updates on her family life.
And Ulrika Jonsson has revealed she frustrated both of her daughters during the lockdown after they labeled her ‘anal’ and ‘menopausal’.
The TV presenter, 52, was called “more impatient than ever” this week by her 16-year-old daughter, Martha, while her other daughter, Bo, 19, admitted that tensions in the house had reached a record high.
Busted: Ulrika Jonsson revealed she frustrated both daughters during lockdown after they called it ‘anal’ and ‘menopause’
Martha is Ulrika’s youngest daughter, whom she shares with ex-husband Lance Gerrard-Wright, and the couple divorced in 2006 when Martha was just two years old.
The teenager has spent more time with her famous mother than usual as they weather the coronavirus storm together at home, Ulrika joking that she has ‘questioned her sanity’.
Despite her united front, Martha admitted in a frank new interview that she struggled with her mother’s growing impatience.
Previous New: Martha, 16, described the hardships of confinement with her mom and told The Sun: “I’ve never known anyone as anal and proud of home as mom”
She told The Sun, “I’ve never known anyone so anal and so proud of the house as mom. “
Martha joked that having a “postmenopausal woman” and “two hormonal teenage girls” living under one roof during a pandemic is a recipe for disaster.
She explained that Ulrika’s productivity is in overdrive as she takes on an endless stream of tasks such as baking bread, clearing cupboards, gardening, redecorating or trying new culinary challenges.
According to Martha, she feels misunderstood as her mother continues to harass her to sleep too late as the 16-year-old tries to cope with the disappointments and uncertainty surrounding 2020.
Missing: The teenager turned 16 during the lockdown and she was scheduled to sit on her GCSEs and attend prom this year, both of which were hit by the pandemic.
The teenager turned 16 during the lockdown and she was scheduled to pass her GCSEs, attend prom and make her last day of school this year, all of which have been hit by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Ulrika’s eldest daughter Bo, 19, is studying childcare at the University of Bath.
She was born with a congenital heart defect that forced her to return to her mother a week before the lockdown began.
Bo struggled to adjust from college life as she returned home and described her relationship with her mother as either the best friend or the worst enemy.
She added to the post: “She was more irritable, lost patience and sometimes she was fine. “
According to the 19-year-old, her mother blamed her for minor things such as not changing the toilet roll and was constantly up and down with her emotions.
From top to bottom: Bo, 19, has struggled to adjust since returning from Bath University and described her relationship with her mother as either the best friend or the worst enemy
After weeks of tears and tantrums in the Jonsson house, she made a concerted effort to support her mother and help her around the house, gradually things started to improve.
As lockdown restrictions eased, Bo returned to Bath but admitted she still misses her loving mother, despite the ups and downs of their time in quarantine.
She added to the diary: “Now I’m back in Bath, I miss Mum more than ever and I would take every argument we had and trade it in for a hug in her bed. “
In addition to Bo and Martha, Ulrika has sons Cameron, 25, and Malcolm, 12.
Unbreakable bond: Despite the constant arguments and heated arguments, Bo misses his mother more than ever and wishes he could cuddle her after his recent return to Bath