Vanessa Feltz breaks down in tears as fiancé Ben Ofoedu serenades her live on This Morning for her 60th birthday
VANESSA Feltz broke down in tears on today's This Morning as fiancé Ben Ofoedu serenaded her for her 60th birthday.
The Phats & Small singer, 49, emerged from the wings of the studio carrying a huge bouquet of flowers and with a microphone in hand.
His silky vocals left a stunned Vanessa open-mouthed as hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield revelled in the magic moment.
Ben gave Vanessa a sweet kiss at the end of his performance before Holly joked "get a room".
The romantic singer said he will treat Vanessa to new birthday jewellery in Hatton Garden, prompting her to exclaim: "Gosh."
Vanessa recently lifted the lid on the couple's steamy sex life in a magazine interview.
She told Closer that the couple enjoyed "injecting naughtiness into" their everyday lives by getting down and dirty "whenever" they liked.
"We have no kids in the house now, so we can do it whenever and wherever we want, and we do," the mother-of-two revealed in the tell-all chat.
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"I think it's important to keep a sexual climate going, you can inject a bit of naughtiness into the most ordinary of things.
"I was peeling the vegetables for dinner one day, and ended up leaving a trail of celery and leeks for him, leading to me, spread-eagled."
It came shortly after Vanessa left Holly Willoughby in hysterics after discussing her office party sex secrets.
Holly, 40, explained: "According to new data, photocopying body parts, kissing a colleague and drinking wine from plastic cups is now frowned upon."
But Vanessa appeared to recall fond memories of doing such things in her office, joking that "photocopying her bum" was the "best part of the festive party".
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