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Ulrika Jonsson floored Good Morning Britain with a jibe about her ex Sven-Göran Eriksson.
The former Gladiators star appeared on the programme, alongside new host Alastair Campbell who claimed he'd made the introductions that ignited their romance.
Looking rather bashful, Alastair asked Ulrika if she recalled the moment he'd brought them together.
He said to the blonde TV star at the time of intros: "'Do you know Britain's other famous Swede?'" before adding "And I introduced you to Sven-Göran Eriksson."
In response to his question, Ulrika simply quipped back: "I might have to sue you for that one."
Ulrika unveiled on the ITV programme that it was almost 20 years ago that she first clapped eyes on the England football manager Sven.
At the time, her romance with Sven was scandalous because he had been dating Italian lawyer Nancy Dell'Olio for three years when their affair came to light in 2002.
Ulrika has spoke openly about her fling with Sven in past, in particular their bedroom antics.
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