'I'm not in the same bracket as them,' mum-of-four claims she’s too good-looking to find love
Dawn Cousins revealed during an interview with the British daytime show that her good looks have stopped her from finding true love.
The 44-year-old mother-of-four claimed on The Morning that she was finding it difficult to find the right match because she is too good looking. It has reduced her chances of finding love in her life.
Cousins even proclaimed, "I'm not in the same bracket as them"
The mother told that her stunning appearance also distracts men with whom she works together, further adding that her youthful look had stopped her from finding people her age.
"Yes number one I am a very attractive woman, number two I look very young, number three I am very fun, I am not your typical 44-year-old mother of four children," she told during the interview.
Cousins insisted that she was not going to settle for anyone and would rather happily spend her life waiting for the right man to sweep her off her feet.
After she made the surprising and bold claims in the interview, several viewers of the show were less than impressed. They took to social media to let Cousins know about their feelings and disapproval of her statement.
Chloe Tait wrote with a Tweet, 'That is unbelievable! I thought she looked mid-40's as well not half her age.'
'Looking half my age is a nightmare? She looks her age. Her problem is her personality is utterly grotesque. Wouldn’t touch her,' wrote Steve Parsons.
Rosemary Hart suggested how hard it must be now for her to find the right man after the interview. 'Talk about deluded,' she wrote.
Cousins has stayed single since 2003, ever since she broke up with her long-term partner. The mother-of-four revealed that she thought she would find someone after breaking up, but she is still single even after 14 years.
"I'm starting to panic," she said in the interview, before revealing that she now planned to go to America in her journey to find true love.
Sitting in an interview with The Sun, Cousins also told that men over 40 mostly put on a lot of weight and women start getting wrinkles. However, she claimed that she had none of these issues.
She further spoke about the man of her dreams and suggested, "I need to find my knight in shining armor - or at least a man who isn’t so fat he could fit it."
Cousins, who works as a receptionist, has 17-year-old twins and daughters aged 20 and 22 with her previous partner of four years.