Charlotte Crosby gushes about her hot sex life with Joshua Richie but admits they're still in couples' therapy over 'nasty' arguments

CHARLOTTE Crosby has gushed about her hot sex life with Joshua Richie – but admits they're still in couples' therapy over their "nasty" arguments.

The reality TV star spoke exclusively to The Sun Online about her fiery relationship at her In The Style launch last night.

"There's no problem with our sexual relationship at all," Charlotte teased.

"We don't have to talk about that area in therapy. I fancy the pants off of him. He's just gorgeous.

"We talk about our problems instead."

Despite being madly in love with Love Island star Josh, Charlotte says they are prone to having explosive arguments, which are often seen on-screen.

In a bid to iron out the issues in their relationship, Charlotte and Josh have returned to Celebs Go Dating to see a counsellor.

Charlotte explained: "Being on TV you have to speak to psychiatrists quite a lot. I find it really beneficial.

"People in America have a life coach. If you don't have one, you're uncool.

"Me and Josh haven't got any major problems. We love each other and want to be together. We're not on the brink of splitting up.

"But we do have problems, like every couple does. It's no secret we argue, we do it on The Charlotte Crosby Show. It can get really nasty."

She added: "We don't know how to deal with that because we're constantly clashing heads.

"To have advice from a third party completely impartial to both sides – and telling us what's the best approach to fix it – has been nothing but beneficial."

Since getting therapy herself, Charlotte has urged more people to speak out about their problems instead of bottling it all up.

Following the tragic deaths of Love Island's Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis, ITV pledged to offer its stars therapy sessions.

Charlotte added: "People frown about people seeing a therapist, but I think it's so good, especially in the world of TV and trolling on social media.

"To say you are speaking to someone is not embarrassing. Be proud of it.

"If you need help, admit it. That's a big part of the problem at the minute, that people are embarrassed to speak out."


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Charlotte invited her showbiz pals to see her newest range from In The Style at the launch in Nikki's Bar, Hackney last night.

Towie's Shelby Tribble, Sam Mucklow and Amber Turner all turned out as well as Charlotte's former Geordie Shore pals Marnie Simpson, Sophie Kasaei and Holly Hagan.

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