Billie Piper “stars in longest sex scene ever on British television”

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Billie Piper is said to have starred in the longest solo sex scene on UK television with her character in I Hate Suzie pleasuring herself for seven minutes and four seconds.

The actress, 37, is seen fantasizing about men and a woman as she pleasures herself on her bed in the Sky Atlantic series.

Billie, who stars as the main character and co-wrote the series with playwright Lucy Prebble, “was determined to show women were doing it for themselves,” a source told The Sun.

Steamy: Billie Piper, 37, reportedly starred in UK TV’s longest solo sex scene with her character in I Hate Suzie pleasuring herself for seven minutes and four seconds

In episode four of the series, Suzie is also seen removing the batteries from her son Frank’s robot for his sex toy.

The source told the publication that it is “not often” that women are seen on television “having fun” “solo”.

They added, “So frankly it makes a refreshing change to see such a long and bustling scene like this. “

Series: The show follows Suzie as she slowly begins to unravel after the photos are posted, the effects of which ricochet through all areas of her life

Series: The show follows Suzie as she slowly begins to unravel after the photos are posted, the effects of which ricochet through all areas of her life

It comes as the regular BBC folks showcased over 41 minutes of love action across its 12 episodes with one episode showing 11 minutes of sex between stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal.

The show follows Suzie as she slowly begins to unravel after the photos are posted, the effects of which ricochet into all areas of her life.

Throughout the episodes, the audience follows Suzie as she goes through stages of shock, denial, fear, shame, guilt, anger, and ultimately acceptance.

Honest: Audience follows Suzie as she goes through stages of shock, denial, fear, shame, guilt, anger, and ultimately acceptance

Honest: Audience follows Suzie as she goes through stages of shock, denial, fear, shame, guilt, anger, and ultimately acceptance

Suzie is seen in the show enjoying family life with her husband and child before it is interspersed with the horror she feels when she learns that the secret images of her have been made public.

As the fallout continues, Suzie and her best friend and manager Naomi (Leila Farzad) attempt to keep her life, career, and marriage to Cob (Daniel Ings) together.

The singer-turned-actress burst onto the pop scene in 1998 at the tender age of 15 with her first chart-topping hit Because We Want.

Character: The source told the post that it is 'not often' that women are seen on TV 'having fun' 'solo'

Character: The source told the publication that it is “not often” that women are seen on television “having fun” “solo”

The mother of three reflected on those days in I Hate Suzie.

Earlier this month, she told the Radio Times that she had tapped into her character: “I know exactly what it sounds like and I’m sure it fuels my performance. I’m only accepting a lot of things right now.

“In my twenties, a lot of my stress from that time was buried, and I still have a hard time remembering it. I do not regret it. I love what I do and where I am personally.

“But I certainly wouldn’t want my children to go this route. There’s an anxiety about me as a kid that I probably suffocate my kids with on some levels.

Billie shares sons Winston, 11, and Eugene, eight, with ex-husband Laurence Fox, and has 19-month-old daughter Tallulah with Johnny Lloyd.

Writer: Billie stars as the main character and co-wrote the series with playwright Lucy Prebble

Writer: Billie stars as the main character and co-wrote the series with playwright Lucy Prebble

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