AN Instagram model says the secret to a happy love life is for men to be dominant and more women should adopt an old-school domestic "traditional wife" role around the home.

Monica Huldt, 37, who lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, US, knew from a young age that she was destined to be a doting wife and prides herself on putting her 39-year-old husband John's needs first.

The housewife, who is originally from Malmo, Sweden, considers herself to be a real life Stepford wife.

“I’ve never been a woman that has strived to have a huge career," she said.

“I don’t want to work to be honest – I love being a housewife and taking care of my husband.

"Ever since I saw that movie The Stepford Wives, I knew I wanted my life to be exactly like that.”

However, this attitude isn’t to everyone's taste – with men and women both having a problem with Monica’s approach to marriage.

She said: "One of my exes wasn't fond of that idea – so that's why he's now an ex.

"Women too will say I’m being crazy, or that I’m a disgrace to other women.

"But I don't care – it's my life and I love it."

I don’t want to work to be honest – I love being a housewife and taking care of my husband.

A typical day for the model, who regularly shares snaps of her gym-honed body with her 220,000 Instagram followers (@swedish_bella_backup), revolves around taking care of the house, working out and feeding her husband.

She said: "John loves my cooking.

"He always says food is my department and he just wants a nice dinner.

"If he asks me for something specific, he always gets what he wants.”

Monica’s husband also expects her to keep up appearances at home.

She said: "John likes me to dress nicely at home, like sexy-sporty, and he doesn’t like me wearing make-up around the house.

"Some women might not like being told what to do or wear but I love it when he gives me instructions.

"When I deliver, it makes him happy – and in turn that makes me happy.

“I love seeing my husband content and I don't think there is anything wrong with that."

When asked how she feels about some women viewing her life choices as regressive or even "degrading", Monica says she isn't bothered about their opinions.

Ever since I saw that movie The Stepford Wives, I knew I wanted my life to be exactly like that.

She said: "I don't think it’s degrading at all.

"I think that men and women are created differently and there’s really nothing wrong with embracing that fact.

“We have lived like that for centuries – it’s only now that this way of life is frowned upon."

Monica’s subservient nature goes beyond the kitchen and into the bedroom where she says she’s available to fulfil her husband’s needs whenever he wants.

She said: "When it comes to the bedroom I am very submissive and he’s dominant.

"I like it when a man takes charge and takes what he wants.

"I am always available for my husband's needs and I love it.

"It's a turn-on for me so I don't have any issues with that.

"My husband knows how to be dominant in the right way and he knows my needs. I find that extremely attractive in a man."

And although she doesn't have a traditional job and loves being a housewife, Monica is a very successful model and brings in a lot of money through her OnlyFans account.

She opened it in 2017 but only started using it properly in 2020, and is already one of the top earners on the site.

And she says fans love her "trad wife" outlook on life – and that many men, some of whom are married, often say they miss this from their own relationships.

Monica said: "I appreciate my fans a lot.

"I wouldn't be where I am without them and I love that they don't judge me or my choice to take care of my husband the way I do.

"In fact, I talk to a lot of married men who say they aren't fully content in their relationships because they wish their wives would pay them more attention.

"A lot of men find it attractive."

For anyone considering adopting the so-called "trad wife" lifestyle, Monica believes there are three major benefits to it.

She said: "First of all, you have more freedom to take care of yourself.

"I work out five times a week because my timetable allows me to, I don’t have to worry about rushing home from work.

"Another point is that you will have a stronger bond with your husband.

"You’re dedicating your life to make him happy the same way he’s working to make you happy.

“It’s that equal consideration towards each other that makes you close.

"And lastly, living like a 'trad wife' means you'll have the advantage of seeing your kids grow up. You’ll be there for them all the time.”

She and her husband don't currently have any children but Monica has strong views on parenting for when the day eventually comes.

The model said: "When we have children I will absolutely raise them very traditionally.

"If we have a girl, I'll teach her everything I know on how to be a good wife and my husband will do the same with our son."

While some might be shocked at Monica’s perceived old-fashioned approach to marriage, the model believes many relationships would be happier if more women adopted this way of thinking.

I don’t want to work to be honest – I love being a housewife and taking care of my husband.

She added: "If people didn't frown upon it so much and just gave it a go, I think they would realise that it works.

“People are so unhappy today, always looking for the next exciting thing so why not just embrace who we are, the way we were created?

"We would have less divorces, and I think overall people would be happier.

"Right now we are striving so hard to go against our nature – people end up being confused.

"I believe that just because a woman chooses to be a trad wife, it doesn’t make her weak.

"In fact the opposite – it takes strength to defy the norm in today's society.

"I genuinely think women and men were much happier in their traditional roles then they are now.

"And it's not anti-feminist; I'm making the choice to put my husband first and who doesn't want to be taken care of?

"I never have to worry because he looks after me."

The couple, who don't consider themselves materialistic although they do have a luxurious home, love travelling and will often use Monica's income to experience new things together or visit a new country.

The savvy model also puts a lot of her money back into the business – and her husband is more than happy to help, and never gets jealous.

"My husband is super supportive; he helps me with photo editing and coming up with ideas.

"If he wasn't as supportive as he is, we wouldn't be where we are.

"I might be a housewife but we are a team."

We shared how a mum who quit her job to be a ‘tradwife’ thinks women should ‘submit’ to their husbands and ‘spoil them like it’s 1959’.

And a woman said her man hasn’t made the bed in 6 years & can’t work the washing machine.

Meanwhile this mum transformed her husband’s tool shed into a beauty station for her three daughters.

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