Anthea Turner is looking for a man "to moan with, laugh with and have great sex with" for husband number three.
The former Blue Peter presenter split from second husband Grant Bovey in 2012 after he had an affair.
Turner, 59, told Best magazine: "Getting divorced from Grant was very, very tough. But I have not given up on love.
"I am dating, I am holding auditions. It sounds very Whitney Houston, but you have to make yourself the greatest love - learn to accept yourself, and then you can bring someone else into your life.
"I don't need someone to have kids with or help me buy a house. But I do want someone who's got my back, to moan with, laugh with, to have adventures and great sex with. And I know that person will come into my life."
The Queen meets National Lottery presenter Anthea Turner after tonight's (Monday) Royal Variety performance at London's Dominion Theatre.
Current Blue Peter presenter Anthea Turner (far right) with former presenters (Left to right) Caron Keating, Peter Purvis and John Noakes at the programmes 35th birthday celebrations.
Anthea Turner (right) with her husband Peter Powell (left) outside the church at Longsden
Anthea Turner and Gordon Kennedy at a photocall in London. The pair will present the National Lottery draw programme live on BBC One.
Anthea Turner hitches a lift from soccer star Gary Lineker at the launch of the National Lottery Instants, the new instant lottery card game offering prizes from one pound to �50,000.
EMBARGOED: NOT FOR PUBLICATION BEFORE 1500 hrs, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6: Anthea Turner receives kisses from Sir Cliff Richard (left) and Darren Day after she was named as the Variety Club of Great Britain's Showbuiness Personality of the Year, in London today (Tuesday). Sir Cliff received the Bernard Delfont Award for Outstanding Contribution to Showbusiness and Mr Day was presented with the Sir James Carreras Award for Outstanding New Talent. Photo by Adam Butler/PA.
TV presenter Anthea Turner tries one of the delicious dishes prepared for her by top chefs (l/r) Aldo Zilli, Brian Turner and Antony Worrall Thompson, at today's (Monday) launch of the Carlton Food Network, a new cable channel devoted entirely to food which began broadcasting today. See PA Story MEDIA Food. Photo by John Stillwell.
GMTV anchors Anthea Turner (left) and Eamonn Holmes with the breakfast channel's former LA correspondent Fiona Phillips in their London studios this morning (Wednesday). Fiona, 35, is to take over from Miss Turner when she leaves at Christmas. Mystery surrounded the non-appearance of Holmes on the GMTV sofa on 2.1.97, only hours after a showdown with bosses over his reported slating of former co-star Turner. See PA Story SHOWBIZ Holmes. Photo by Neil Munns/PA.
Anthea Turner poses with snooker players Stephen Hendry (left) and Ronnie O'Sullivan at Birmingham's International Convention Centre today (Thursday) where she was promoting the Liverpool Victoria Charity Challenge snooker competition. Also at the event was her former co-presenter Eamonn Holmes, but they refused to pose for pictures together following revelations in a newspaper that the pair had off-camera rows. Photo by David Jones/PA. SEE PA STORY SHOWBIZ Holmes.
Astronomer Patrick Moore, flanked by GMTV presenter Fiona Phillips (right) and Wendy Turner (sister of Anthea Turner) at today's (Thursday) 1997 Arthur's Cat Awards in London. Patrick is clutching, Prudence, from Birmingham, winner of the West Midlands category with Wendy and Fiona holding Tom and Jerry, who have taken over from Pebbles and Barbie as the new mouse catchers at Barbican Tube Station. Pebbles and Barbie were unable to attend to collect their Special Lifetime Achievement Award. Photo by Ben Curtis. See PA Story AWARDS Cat.
Top TV blondes (l to r) Anthea Turner, Melinda Messenger and Zoe Ball launch the Littlewoods Spring/Summer '98 Catalogue Collection, in London today (Thursday). Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
TV presenters Anthea Turner and phillip schofield checking out the weather in Edinburgh today (Tuesday) before tomorrow night's Hogmanay party in Princess Street Gardens. Photo by Chris Bacon/PA
PA NEWS PHOTO 12/5/98 VIRGIN RADIO DJ AND TELEVISION PRESENTER CHRIS EVANS WITH TELEVISION PERSONALITY ANTHEA TURNER OUTSIDE THE VIRGIN RADIO STUDIO IN SOHO, LONDON TO ENTERTAIN 50 NURSES FROM HOSPITALS ACROSS BRITAIN TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL NURSES DAY
PA NEWS PHOTO 7/6/98 TELEVISION PRESENTER ANTHEA TURNER GIVES A SHIRE HORSE A PINT OF LONDON PRIDE AT THE START OF THE HAMMER CANCER SPONSORED SIX MILE WALK IN LONDON. THE CHARITY SPONSORED BY LONDON PRIDE RAISES MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCH
TV PRESENTER ANTHEA TURNER JOINS HEART FM PRESENTER JONO (JONATHAN COLEMAN) TO MARK THE START OF THE BUILDING OF BRITAIN'S FIRST HAVEN TRUST CENTRE IN FULHAM. * THE BREAST CANCER CHARITY HAVEN TRUST ARE CONVERTING AN OLD CHURCH INTO A CENTRE FOR INFORMATION, COUNSELLING & THERAPY.
TELEVISION PRESENTER ANTHEA TURNER AT THE COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTES IN LONDON WITH HATTIE, A SPRINGER SPANIEL FROM MACCLESFIELD WHO WAS CHOSEN BY A PANEL OF FIVE JUDGES AS THE 1998 EUKANUBA RESCUE DOG OF THE YEAR. SHE WAS RESCUED AFTER BEING DISCOVERED WITH SERIOUS INJURIES IN A DITCH.
Virgin radio boss & TV presenter Chris Evans with TV presenter Anthea Turner during a photocall at the Trocadero in central London to celebrate National Nursing Day.
Anthea Turner and Grant Bovey at Cowdray Park Sussex for the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Polo Final day.
Television presenter Anthea Turner with fiance Grant Bovey, after he took part in the OK Magazine Celebrity Flat Race at Wincanton.
TV presenter Anthea Turner with Logan, a Great Dane from Market Harborough owned by David Evans (not pictured), at Ironmongers Hall in central London. Logan was runner-up in the Top Dog at Work 2000 which was presented by Anthea Turner. *... and organised by the Blue Cross.
L-R Anthea Turner, Nell McAndrew, and Alex Best during a photocall ahead of the 'Moonwalk' nightime charity walk in aid of Breast Cancer Research at Hyde Park.