“There was the attempt to consummate that night and then we finished it in the morning. So, there you go,” The Real Housewives of Dallas philanthropist admitted to Us Weekly. “I’m just saying, falling asleep in the middle of sex usually means you’re pretty tired. Yeah, yeah. That was there. Sorry, honey. I told the truth.”
She added that she didn't remember falling asleep.
“I know he doesn’t either," she said of Rich. "And then we woke up halfway through, and I was like, ‘Dude, you’re a little close still. Oh, wait. You’re still, oh, OK. All right. Well, let’s just do that in the morning. And go to sleep now.’ Yeah. I mean, you know what? I’m married to the most wonderful man.”
This is a very common outcome of a wedding night after such a stressful and intense day (though there actually is a real sleep disorder called sexomnia in which people have sex while asleep). The Vow reports that 52 percent of couples it polled don't actually consummate their marriage on their wedding night, while lingerie company Bluebella's similar poll found only 48 percent are consummating that night.
Stats for the day after, however, are probably a lot higher.
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