"I feel like since Hef is older now and he's had . . . the phases of all the girlfriends and all that kind of stuff . . . I feel now is more, you know, like cuddling up and watching a movie or playing backgammon," the 26-year-old said. "We play Uno with the girls."
Harris -- whose June 2011 Playboy cover was given a "Runaway Bride" sticker after she called off their first wedding -- also cleared up rumors about Hefner's skills in the boudoir. (In a July 2011 interview with Howard Stern, the model said Hefner lasted "two seconds" and said she was "not turned on" by the octogenarian.)
"When I first left, I did some interviews I shouldn't have done. I was mad. It was a breakup, and I shouldn't have done some of the things," Harris explained. "At the time I had a bad publicist, so things did get switched and turned around."
Harris announced they were back together in June 2012 via Twitter. Though they never publicly addressed engagement rumors, the two obtained a marriage license weeks before tying the knot in December.
Though a source recently told Us Weekly Harris has been left out of 86-year-old Hefner's will, that didn't deter the bodacious blonde from becoming his third wife. "For me it meant more security knowing that with Hef, I'm the one for him," she said on HuffPost Live. "There's always girls in and out, so there's always the feeling of maybe being replaced. It's an on-edge feeling all the time. So he made sure that I didn't feel that way anymore and that's what the wedding was all about."