This Morning fans ‘feel sick’ at couple who record their sex for raunchy podcast

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This Morning fans were left feeling queasy after hosts Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes spoke to a couple who record their own sex sessions for their podcast.

The ITV duo welcomed Lacey Haynes and Flynn Talbot – hosts of the Lacey & Flynn Have Sex Podcast – on to the famous sofas to talk about their sex life and why they make the podcast.

The duo aren't afraid to really let listeners in, with some of their naughty episodes titled "P***y pain, c*** attunement and deep penetration" and "Flynn's 'premature' ejaculation situation".

Viewers didn't seem to enjoy the segment too much though, with many wondering why they'd been invited on the show.

One person simply shared a GIF of a cartoon puppet throwing up.

Another tweeted: "This is making me feel bilious."

A third complained: "How low can This Morning sink? Who wants this kind of subject these type of people are selling? Get a grip."

Someone else said: "I don't care or want to know about these two weirdos and their sex life. Stop putting this c*** on the TV at 10am. There are so many actual important worthwhile people you could interview."

Another tweeted: "Why do This Morning give people like this air time?"

And a sixth added: "This all seems a bit icky."

The UK-based couple are sex and relationship coaches, and they help couples who are struggling with "lacklustre sex".

They've been together for more than 10 years and have two children under five so they "get the ins and outs of longterm relationships, parenthood and what modern couples go through".

The duo say their podcast is "to show the raw unfiltered truth of sex in longterm relationships and what doing the work on your relationship can actually look like in practice".

After a good few years of sex in their relationship, things dried up in their relationship and they eventually decided to start a "healing journey" together.

According to their website, Lacey had to overcome some "painful perspectives around sex", while Flynn had to move past years of feeling rejected.

And it seems they've had a great success, as their podcast has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV

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  • This Morning
  • ITV
  • Rochelle Humes
  • Phillip Schofield

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