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Tammin Sursok just got VERY honest about her sex life on national television.

Tammin Sursok has never been shy talking about her sex life. For starters, she hosts a series called In Bed with Tamminamong other things.

As the famously frank Pretty Little Liars star demonstrated on The Morning Show today, she doesn’t even have qualms discussing the topic in front of her daughter.

In fact, she assured the nation three-year-old Pheonix knows exactly where she came from – and how it happened.

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Tammin Sursok and her daughter Pheonix. Source: Getty.

Mornings host Larry Emdur wasn't quite as comfortable raising the subject.

With Pheonix and two other little models sitting alongside them to promote the Sursok's children's clothing line, he stammered: "I'm meant to ask you about Mummy and Daddy cuddles, but I'm loathe to do that with the girls - I feel, actually, like I don't want to do that."

"Oh, she knows how she was conceived, right? I mean, c'mon," the 33-year-old said.

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Later with the children out of earshot, Emdur saw his chance and hurriedly brought up topic again.

Sursok didn't miss a beat: "We have sex on Tuesdays and Fridays. So don't call me or ask me for an interview on Tuesdays or Fridays from five to five-fifteen.

[pause]

"I mean, let's be real, five to five-o-five."

That's what a blushing Larry Emdur looks like.

The South African-born/Australian-raised/Californian-based actress has been married to fellow actor Sean McEwan since 2011.

"I've been with my husband for 10 years, which is like 55 [years] in LA. We have no prenup; we're in it forever," she once said on her In Bed series.

"It's hard doing what we're doing plus trying to be intimate. But if there's no connection, which I feel like is so important, then you're just friends."

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