Davina McCall admits she fakes being happy

Davina McCall has confessed that she sometimes has to ‘fake’ being happy because she doesn’t think that anyone would want to see her when she is sad.

The 51-year-old presenter is known as the bubbly and chatty TV personality and never looks anything less during her onscreen appearances.

However the star candidly admitted that there have been occasions where she has ‘struggled to see any positives’, a year after splitting from ex husband Matthew Robertson.

Faking it: Davina McCall has confessed that she sometimes has to 'fake' being happy because she doesn't think that anyone would want to see her when she is sad

Faking it: Davina McCall has confessed that she sometimes has to 'fake' being happy because she doesn't think that anyone would want to see her when she is sad

Faking it: Davina McCall has confessed that she sometimes has to ‘fake’ being happy because she doesn’t think that anyone would want to see her when she is sad

She told the Mirror: ‘There’s been a few occasions where I’m struggling to see any positives in this at all. Happiness is marvellous. I love it when I’m happy, but I’m not always happy.

‘It might look like I’m always happy because I quite often just show the bits when I’m happy. But I am often guilty of thinking, ‘No one really wants to see me when I’m unhappy’.’

She continued that when she posted on social media about loneliness on Christmas Day she got a get response back, despite admitting that she didn’t actually feel that lonely herself.

Split: The star candidly admitted that there have been occasions where she has 'struggled to see any positives', a year after splitting from ex husband Matthew Robertson

Split: The star candidly admitted that there have been occasions where she has 'struggled to see any positives', a year after splitting from ex husband Matthew Robertson

Split: The star candidly admitted that there have been occasions where she has ‘struggled to see any positives’, a year after splitting from ex husband Matthew Robertson

Davina and Matthew, 50, called it quits in November 2017 after 17 years of marriage and parenting three children together, Holly ,17, Tilly, 15 and Chester, 12.

The former Big Brother host’s TV career has spanned nearly three decades, after first rising to fame as a presenter on MTV in 1992. 

She recently chatted to Fearne Cotton on her podcast Happy Place, and said that she is elated that her career is still thriving.   

She said: ‘Every day is a lucky day that I’m still in TV because I’m probably one of the oldest female TV presenters.

She told the Mirror: 'There's been a few occasions where I'm struggling to see any positives in this at all. Happiness is marvellous. I love it when I'm happy, but I'm not always happy.

She told the Mirror: 'There's been a few occasions where I'm struggling to see any positives in this at all. Happiness is marvellous. I love it when I'm happy, but I'm not always happy.

She told the Mirror: ‘There’s been a few occasions where I’m struggling to see any positives in this at all. Happiness is marvellous. I love it when I’m happy, but I’m not always happy.

‘I’m a bit of a Cilla. I’m full of gratitude for that.’

Davina, who has suffered criticism for her strict exercise schedule, added: ‘I feel amazing. I just want to look good for my age. Fitness is a big part of that, but there other factors for me to feel good.’

The presenter’s lean physique, frequently displayed on Instagram, had previously sparked concern among fans, with many claiming she looks emaciated, ill and underfed as a result of her dedication to personal fitness.

But mother-of-three Davina, insists the relentless criticism she suffers is way off the mark, telling the March issue of Health and Wellbeing that she is too busy with her responsibility as a working mum to devote her life to the gym.

‘It doesn’t really make me feel anything,’ she said. ‘If I could be addicted to exercise, I would love to be, given half a chance!

‘It’s funny how people talk about this kind of terrible thing of addiction to exercise. I mean, I haven’t exercised for two weeks because I’ve been working so hard.’

While Davina’s social media accounts focus on diet and lifestyle, she admits she rarely has the opportunity to exercise on a daily basis, with her workouts restricted to just three a week.

Fitness guru: The presenter's lean physique, frequently displayed on Instagram, had previously sparked concern among fans, with many claiming she looks emaciated, ill and underfed as a result of her dedication to personal fitness

Fitness guru: The presenter's lean physique, frequently displayed on Instagram, had previously sparked concern among fans, with many claiming she looks emaciated, ill and underfed as a result of her dedication to personal fitness

Fitness guru: The presenter’s lean physique, frequently displayed on Instagram, had previously sparked concern among fans, with many claiming she looks emaciated, ill and underfed as a result of her dedication to personal fitness

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