Richard Madeley once feared his wife Judy Finnigan had someone in the bedroom with her, he revealed on Thursday's This Morning.
The TV presenting duo appeared on the ITV show to discuss the launch of their new literary podcast, which celebrates 10 years of the legendary Richard and Judy Book Club.
Chatting with Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, Richard, 64, revealed his wife had an unusual habit when it came to reading books.
In a loving confession, he admitted Judy, 72, had a tendency to read certain parts of the book out loud, which caused concern in the past.
Jokingly, Richard claimed he feared Judy had someone in the bedroom with her when he heard different voices coming from the boudoir.
In a confiding tone, he said: "When she's alone she reads aloud."
Adding that Judy tends to read in their bedroom, he remarked: "I think she's got someone in there with her. Well, I used to."
This Morning presenter Ruth seemed a little surprised by the revelation, as she asked: "Do you, Judy?"
Judy defended her predilection to reading out loud, insisting it made dialogue scenes in a novel far more enjoyable.
The blonde starlet added her theatre past was an influence, as she said: "I used to want to be an actress."
Judy admitted that occasionally she "can't resist" acting out the more theatrical scenes in a good read.
Having hosted This Morning for 13 years, Richard and Judy are one of the UK's most beloved showbiz couples, tying the knot back in 1986.
Initially airing on TV, Richard and Judy's Book Club saw the lovebirds promote their "Read of the Year," while also giving a platform to lesser-known – but brilliant – novels and non-fiction reads.
The couple's new podcast series will see them interview huge literary names such as Heather Morris, who wrote the bestseller The Tattooist of Auschwitz, and Terry Hayes, the name behind the book I Am Pilgrim.
Launching today, Richard and Judy will release a brand new episode every Thursday for book lovers across the globe.
This Morning airs on weekdays at 10am on ITV.
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