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Nadia Sawalha reveals that her parents “hate” the way they feel like a “burden” amid a pandemic


Nadia Sawalha praised her parents Wednesday after revealing that they feel like a "burden" amid the coronavirus pandemic.

On Instagram, the 55-year-old Loose Women star shared a series of snapshots of mom Roberta and dad Nadim as she assured them that they are far from what they believe to be perceived.

Nadia wrote forcefully, "Not" the elderly, "not" vulnerable, "not" a burden ", not" a burden to the system "as she explained how much she cared about her parents.

Loving daughter: Nadia Sawalha praised her parents on Wednesday after revealing that they feel like a "burden" amid the coronavirus pandemic

The TV host shared some funny snaps of her mom and dad in padded white hooded coats with fur trimmings as they each enjoyed a pork pie.

Roberta and Nadim looked satisfied and happy when they laughed in the pictures, while another patriarch Nadim was chilling in a red beret.

Nadia wrote the cute snapshots: "Not" the elderly ", not" vulnerable ", not" a burden ", not" a burden on the system "or any of the other words used to describe a large part of our society."

People: On Instagram, the 55-year-old Loose Women star shared a series of snapshots of mom Roberta and dad Nadim as she assured them that they are far from what they believe is perceived

People: On Instagram, the 55-year-old Loose Women star shared a series of snapshots of mom Roberta and dad Nadim as she assured them that they are far from what they believe is perceived

Expressing how much her father, as an actor, doesn't like being defined that way, she continued, “Dad says he hates being defined that way. He hates the way the media dove pierces his generation and makes them feel like a burden.

“Well, let me tell you, Mom and Dad can't think of any of these descriptions when I look at you. But what does is one hell of a cool couple who sat in their boy band coats and ate pork pies and had a scream !!

& # 39; I love you both so much. Funny, wise and angry !! The way it should be !! @ Nadimsawalha. & # 39;

Living Their Best Life: The TV presenter shared some funny snaps of her mom and dad in padded fur-trimmed white hooded coats while they each enjoyed a pork cake

Living Their Best Life: The TV presenter shared some funny snaps of her mom and dad in padded fur-trimmed white hooded coats while they each enjoyed a pork cake

& # 39; Boyband Coats & # 39;: Roberta and Nadim showed off their winter style in their padded jackets

& # 39; Boyband Coats & # 39;: Roberta and Nadim showed off their winter style in their padded jackets

She also shared multiple hashtags, including "#myparentsarethebest", "#loveyourparents", and "#healthyparents".

Nadia's post was inundated with multiple comments from fans sympathizing with her words. Many have said that their own parents or grandparents feel the same way.

One follower wrote: “My Nan and my grandfathers hate those words too! You in your 80s are still fun-loving and enjoying life! That will never be a burden on us or a burden on anything! & # 39;

Another shared: & # 39; My dad hates that too !! Legends xx & # 39;

Mom and Dad: Roberta and Nadim looked satisfied and happy as they posed for snapshots

Mom and Dad: Roberta and Nadim looked satisfied and happy as they posed for snapshots

Fun loving: & # 39; Dad says he hate being defined that way. He hates the way the media pigeon pierces his generation and makes them feel like a burden. & # 39;

Fun loving: & # 39; Dad says he hate being defined that way. He hates the way the media pigeon pierces his generation and makes them feel like a burden. & # 39;

While a third shared, “I fully believe that people should not be grouped into a homogeneous group based on their age alone. We are all unique and can be vulnerable at any age. Those in later life have survived the hurdles and traumas of life that make them stronger than any of us. Language is very powerful & # 39 ;.

Nadia's words come after standing in her underwear to share her frustration with "sagging" pantyhose and telling hosiery companies to "sort" her size in an Instagram post shared earlier this month.

The Loose Women panelist used social media to fret about the daily fashion battle women everywhere – and said her failed attempt to pull up her pantyhose caused mixed feelings.

Excuses: Nadia subtitled her post and wrote boldly, "Not" the elderly, "not" vulnerable, "not" a burden ", not" a burden to the system "when she explained how much her parents cared about her meant

Excuses: Nadia subtitled her post and wrote boldly, "Not" the elderly, "not" vulnerable, "not" a burden ", not" a burden to the system "when she explained how much her parents cared about her meant

Praise: “Let me tell you, mom and dad, none of these descriptions come to mind when I look at you. But what does is one hell of a cool couple who sat in their boy band coats and ate pork pies and had a scream !! & # 39;

Praise: “Let me tell you, mom and dad, none of these descriptions come to mind when I look at you. But what does is one hell of a cool couple who sat in their boy band coats and ate pork pies and had a scream !! & # 39;

The TV star stood in her locker room and said to the camera: “I'm in my locker room and I'm sweating, I fight, I almost cry, then I laugh. What, what am i doing wrong?

"Why is my step?" Nadia added as she pointed to the gusset of her hosiery. “I don't feel like I have long legs. Is it because my legs are too wide? & # 39;

Her camerawoman Daisy replied funny: "I think it can be children's tights."

Trouble: Nadia Sawalha was standing in her underwear when she shared her frustration with "sagging" tights in an Instagram post on Thursday

Trouble: Nadia's words come after standing in her underwear to share her frustration with "sagging" tights and telling hosiery companies to "sort" her size

Frustration: The Loose Women panelist used social media to express her anger at the daily fashion struggle women everywhere face

Frustration: The Loose Women panelist used social media to express her anger at the daily fashion struggle women everywhere face

Nadia concluded, 'Tights Company will take care of it. Look, I've done everything, I've used all my strength, and all I can do is get her there. & # 39;

In the Post's caption, the ITV star once again called on tight companies when she called "a slack" stocking crotch "torture" and urged her followers to "rise" and start a tight "revolution" to get right sizing .

She wrote: & # 39; WT (Duck Emoji) Anyone else hates tights ??? Daisy was very nice! They were NOT a kid size, they were 14? !!

Mixed feelings: The TV star stood in her locker room and said to the camera: “I'm in my locker room and sweat, I fight, I almost cry, then I laugh. What, what am i doing wrong? & # 39;

Mixed feelings: The TV star stood in her locker room and said to the camera: “I'm in my locker room and sweat, I fight, I almost cry, then I laugh. What, what am i doing wrong? & # 39;

& # 39; Why are you doing this to all of us pantyhose companies ??? Do you have any idea what torture a limp step is? !! Definitely not !! Do any of you wear tights that you can actually get down your bum with ease and comfort?

"If so, please tell me what are they? !! We have to uplift girls and start a revolution !!! NO MORE SAGGY CROTCHES !!!!! for (duck emoji) sake !!! & # 39; (sic).

And Nadia wasn't alone in her frustration when many of her 334,000 Instagram followers shared their negative experiences with pantyhose – one even admitted: "Oh damn … we were all there" (sic).

Hitting: Nadia said in her video, "Pantyhose Company Will Take Care of It" as she modeled the pantyhose

Hitting: Nadia said in her video, "Pantyhose Company Will Take Care of It" as she modeled the pantyhose

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