A 44-Year-Old Woman Claims She Is Too Attractive To Find Love

A 44-Year-Old Woman Claims She Is Too Attractive To Find Love


On Tuesday, October 11, a 44-year-old woman appeared on the British daytime TV program, This Morning, claiming she cannot find love because of her attractiveness.

In the interview, the single mother-of-four, Dawn Cousins, explained to the presenters that she has a constant stream of admirers who are captivated by her youthful look. However, she refuses to settle down for whoever comes along, only because her main goal is to finally find her other half.

“Obviously, I’m a very attractive woman… I look very young. I’m very fun and I’m not your typical 44-year-old woman of four children,” she said. “So I’m finding that younger guys are messaging me, wanting to take me out, but they just want me because I’m hot. And then older guys, don’t put any effort into themselves, but yet they want me to send them pictures of me looking good and they want to look at my body.” she added.

As she further stated, among all these admirers are even her grown-up children’s friends, who do not straightforwardly confess their attraction to her, but instead regularly ask if they could take her shopping, or just simply pick her up from work.

When one of the presenters, Philip Schofield, asked her why her previous partner said she should come with a ‘warning sign’, the mother proudly answered: “Because I don’t take rubbish. So if I feel unhappy in a relationship, I’m going to say I feel unhappy.”


“We need compromise, we need personal development, we need to grow. Just because I’m of a certain age doesn’t mean I want to be sitting home watching TV 24/7. I need excitement,” she concluded.


On the other hand, host Phillip Schofield proposed the probable reason for her romantic struggles.

He hinted that perhaps her real flaw was her constant bragging about her looks, which many men often find very intimidating and rather unattractive.


In response, Dawn said: “I don’t go and say ‘I’m too good for you.’ But if I can see there can be some way to help themselves, whether it be health-wise, financially or anything in life, I would be there to support them.”

“But what I don’t agree with, is a guy who maybe could lose a few pounds, could do some exercise, could lead a healthier lifestyle, and not do it,” she added.


Near the end of the interview, the confident 44-year-old confessed she will hunt for her soulmate for the rest of her life.

In addition, if you want to see the whole interview, click here.

Source: unilad

To Top