Allison Langdon says her husband Michael Willesee Jr. can NEVER remarry if she dies young

Allison Langdon says husband Michael Willesee Jr. can NEVER remarry and must ‘mourn her forever’ if he dies young

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Today, host Allison Langdon has banned her husband Michael Willesee Jr. from remarrying if she dies young.

The 43-year-old said she made the decision while filming a risqué segment for 60 Minutes.

‘A couple of years ago I was diving with great white sharks in one session. Before I jumped in, I took off my mask and said, “Tell my husband that if I die, he must mourn me forever and never marry again,” she told Andy Lee while appearing on his show The Hundred this week.

Today, host Allison Langdon (pictured) revealed this week that she forbade her husband from remarrying if she dies early.

Today, host Allison Langdon (pictured) revealed this week that she forbade her husband from remarrying if she dies early.

Allison said her statement caught her cameraman by surprise.

“I think he expected me to say something really profound,” he joked.

Deciding if Allison’s words were a “shitty move,” Andy joked that she seemed pretty “selfish.”

The 43-year-old was a guest on Channel Nine's panel show The Hundred With Andy Lee and told the host that she decided Michael can't remarry while filming a risque segment for 60 minutes.

The 43-year-old was a guest on Channel Nine's panel show The Hundred With Andy Lee and told the host that she decided Michael can't remarry while filming a risque segment for 60 minutes.

The 43-year-old was a guest on Channel Nine’s panel show The Hundred With Andy Lee and told the host that she decided Michael can’t remarry while filming a risque segment for 60 minutes.

Allison has been married to Michael since 2008 and the couple share a son Mack and a daughter named Scout.

She was recently absent from her co-anchor duties on Today, as she was in London covering the Queen’s death and funeral.

Last week, a mother of two, she seemed exhausted when she flew into Sydney airport after a 24-hour flight from London.

Allison said that just before filming a risqué 60-minute segment with great white sharks, she told her cameraman to pass the message on to her husband if he didn't make it.

Allison said that just before filming a risqué 60-minute segment with great white sharks, she told her cameraman to pass the message on to her husband if he didn't make it.

Allison said that just before filming a risqué 60-minute segment with great white sharks, she told her cameraman to pass the message on to her husband if he didn’t make it.

Her return home followed a grueling two weeks that saw her travel the world and work grueling 14-hour days to cover the Queen’s death for Channel Nine.

She worked so hard that at one point she fell asleep on camera, though luckily the moment occurred during a break from live reporting.

Exhausted, she rolled up a jacket to use as a pillow while napping on the lap of Today’s senior producer, Will Hutchinson, who snapped a photo for Instagram.

Allison has been married to Michael Willesee Jr (pictured) since 2008 and shares a son and daughter with him, Mack and Scout.

Allison has been married to Michael Willesee Jr (pictured) since 2008 and shares a son and daughter with him, Mack and Scout.

Allison has been married to Michael Willesee Jr (pictured) since 2008 and shares a son and daughter with him, Mack and Scout.

An exhausted Allison fell asleep on camera earlier this month after working grueling 14-hour days covering the Queen's death and funeral in London.

An exhausted Allison fell asleep on camera earlier this month after working grueling 14-hour days covering the Queen's death and funeral in London.

An exhausted Allison fell asleep on camera earlier this month after working grueling 14-hour days covering the Queen’s death and funeral in London.

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