“It was this very long wait that was really, really sexy.”
Sarah Hyland gets honest about her sex life with her fiancé Wells Adams.
In Just Jared’s preview clip of Friday’s episode of Hyland’s Ellentube web series “Lady Parts”, the actress revealed that she and the “Bachelorette” alumnus waited three months before having sex together and explained the reason.
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For the episode titled “The Joy of Sex,” Hyland, 30, was joined by guests Whitney Cummings, Cara Delevingne and OBGYN Dr. Sherry.
“My fiancé and I, we could not, we could not, have sex for three months before we actually did it, just because I medically for me was not allowed to,” Hyland said.
Cummings noted that it was “f — ing hot” that the couple was forced to quit and Delevingne agreed.
“It was this very long wait that was really, really sexy,” Hyland shared in response.
The “Modern Family” alum has been open with her ongoing health battle with kidney dysplasia – a condition in which the kidneys do not normally develop in the womb – and has undergone two kidney transplants. Over the past few years, Hyland was also diagnosed with endometriosis and suffered from an abdominal hernia.
Hyland and Adams, 35, got engaged back in July 2019 after almost two years of dating. In June 2020, the couple announced that they had decided to postpone their wedding due to Covid-19. As Hyland is immunocompromised, she is at increased risk of developing a severe case of the disease. In August 2020, Hyland and Adams celebrated what would have been their wedding day.
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Meanwhile, also during the preview clip of Friday’s episode of “Lady Parts,” Delevingne opened up about her sex life, including the age at which she lost her virginity.
“I did not lose my virginity until I was 18. I did not gain confidence in sex until later, but I also never asked what I wanted for so long,” revealed the 29-year-old model who identifies as a pansexual.
Cummings, 39, pointed out that it is “so hard to know what you want if you do not spend time with yourself.”
After the comedian had orgasms, Delevingne explained why she prefers it does not noise in the bedroom.
“It’s far more interesting if you have an orgasm and you do not have it … because I remember after being conditioned to think, ‘This is the noise that people make,'” she said. “And I remember I stopped making noise or really trying to maintain it, and it’s so hot when you just try and make no noise and feel it anymore. It’s like, ‘whoa!'”
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