Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha strips down to her ‘saggy bra’ and ‘big pants’ in a fun-filled festive transformation clip
She is known for her funny Instagram videos poking fun at celebrities like Kim Kardashian.
And Nadia Sawalha stripped down to her bra and pants as she posed for her latest candid Instagram post on Sunday.
The Loose Women star, 58, showed off her curves in a pair of nude pants and a pink bra before transitioning into a dazzling festive outfit.
Revealing: Nadia Sawalha stripped down to her bra and pants as she posed for her latest candid Instagram post on Sunday
The presenter changed into a shimmering plunging gold dress with a black belt which cinched in her waist.
Nadia’s husband Mark showed his support by offering her suggestions on how to pose for the camera.
She captioned the clip: ‘Eat your hearts out influencers of the world I’m just so damn good at this!
Seamlessly. Transitioning from big pants and saggy bra girl to full on party girl! Woo hoo!
Wow! The presenter changed into a shimmering plunging gold dress with a black belt which cinched in her waist
She captioned the clip: ‘Eat your hearts out influencers of the world I’m just so damn good at this!’
Nadia copied Kim Kardashian in a video the month before, showing off her curves in black lace lingerie and a mesh bodysuit.
The Loose Women star, who has parodied Kardashian before, stood in her dressing room sporting the netted black garment as she mimed her voice.
Kim could be heard saying: ‘These catsuits I always wear as a lining, under my dresses if it’s a long-sleeved dress, even under a jumpsuit itself because it really snatches and sucks you in with this power mesh.
The KUWTK star, said: ‘It has a zipper at the back and a pee hole, so you won’t have to take it off, so many times.’
As Kim spoke, Nadia modeled her own garment as she mocked her video by miming her voice.
Looking good: The Loose Women star, 58, showed off her curves in a pair of nude pants and a pink bra before transitioning in a dazzling festive outfit.
Earlier this year, she took inspiration from Kardashian’s SKIMS adverts for another hilarious Instagram clip.
The presenter stripped down to black lingerie for a recreation of Kardashian’s lingerie ads detailing the support she gained from her strapless bra.
Nadia has become known for her hilarious recreations of Kardashian’s sexy Instagram posts, and previously emulated the star’s sizzling snap with a make-shift bikini made of dog muck bags, cling film and gaffer tape.
Sex bomb: The star has become known for her hilarious recreations of Kim’s sexy Instagram posts, and last month emulated the star’s sizzling snap with a makeshift bikini
Nadia broke down in tears on Thursday’s Loose Women when she revealed she has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
ADHD is a mental health condition with symptoms that include trouble focusing, hyperactivity and impulsive behaviour.
Nadia burst into tears after viewers were shown a clip of her ADHD journey on the show.
Tough time: Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha broke down in tears after detailing her ADHD diagnosis on the show on Thursday which has led to compulsive eating and having low-self-esteem
Speaking about her assessment, she said: ‘There’s so many things in my life I want to forgive myself for after having the diagnosis.
If you scratch the surface there’s low self-esteem, but I do an amazing job of holding myself up. Something I really struggle with is not being able to drive.
Compulsive eating is a big part of ADHD, you have an addictive personality. People with ADHA have a shorter life span.’
But Nadia has said she is happy to now be receiving the right help and said: ‘I have started medication and I’m feeling so much better now.’
WHAT IS ADHD?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a behavioral condition defined by inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
It affects around five per cent of children in the US. Some 3.6 per cent of boys and 0.85 per cent of girls suffer in the UK.
Symptoms typically appear at an early age and become more noticeable as a child grows. These can also include:
- Constant fidgeting
- Poor concentration
- Excessive movement or talking
- Acting without thinking
- Little or no sense of danger
- Careless mistakes
- Difficulty organizing tasks
- Inability to listen or carry out instructions
Most cases are diagnosed between six and 12 years old. Adults can also suffer, but there is less research into this.
ADHD’s exact cause is unclear but it is thought to involve genetic mutations that affect a person’s brain function and structure.
Premature babies and those with epilepsy or brain damage are more at risk.
ADHD is also linked to anxiety, depression, insomnia, Tourette’s and epilepsy.
There is no cure.
A combination of medication and therapy is usually recommended to relieve symptoms and make day-to-day life easier.
Source: NHS Choices