Ex 'Playboy' model Cindy Margolis has revealed that she was so desperate to start a family that she began a 14-day, round-the-clock sex marathon on her honeymoon.
The 42-year-old model writes in her new book 'Having a Baby...When the Old-Fashioned Way Isn't Working' that she had two weeks of non-stop sex from the hotel room to having it under the snack bar.
She writes that she and Guy Starkman "had two weeks of the most amazing, nonstop sex you could imagine . . . in the hotel room, on the balcony, in the hallway. We had sex on the beach, sex in the ocean, on a beach chair, in our cabana, in the woods, around the coral reef, while swimming with the dolphins, on a swing, in a tree, behind the swim-up bar . . . romantic sex, hot sex, steamy sex, drunk-on-our-love sex, passionate sex, not-so-passionate sex . . . sex in the bathtub, sex in the pool, and even under the snack bar!"
"But it didn't work. I must be going nuts. I thought I was being punished for my past mistakes: I should never have cheated on my first love with that cute actor who turned out to be a jerk!" the New York Post quoted her as writing in the book.
Margolis even admits that she turned towards superstition for becoming pregnant.
"I set up a baby shrine next to my bed . . . I wrote letters to my unborn baby. I lit fertility candles, saw a psychic and then a healer, and even had my stomach blessed by a priest, a rabbi and a minister," she wrote in the book.
However, she ultimately had to see a doctor when nothing worked, and was recommended in vitro fertilization and surrogacy.
Margolis finally gave birth to her son, Nicholas Isaac, in 2002, and to twins Sabrina and Sierra three years later.
In the book, Margolis urges people never to give up faith.