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Nadia Sawalha tied the knot with her second husband, television producer Mark Adderley in 2002. The couple share two teenage daughters together; Maddy, 17, and Kiki-Bee, 13.

The 55-year-old presenter announced plans to remarry her other half after she proposed to Mark on Valentine’s Day during their podcast.

The couple were due to renew their wedding vows on a beach in Greece after 16 years of marriage.

But, as the coronavirus pandemic cast doubt over future travel plans, the couple decided to exchange nuptials in the UK instead.

The Loose Women star has since admitted she’d cheekily forgotten about their big day plans but confirmed the wedding will still be going ahead.

Addressing the renewal of the couple’s vows in a joint interview, Nadia chuckled: “Oh God! I forgot about that. Oh s***!”

Mark mused: “Our wedding vows! It’s possible again, isn’t it?”

The pair revealed that they’re being “careful” amid the current restrictions but still plan to wed this year.

“It is possible. At the minute we’re being a bit careful. But we’re definitely doing it,” Nadia confirmed.


Mark added: “Definitely. Thank you for reminding us.”

The ITV favourite has since revealed that the couple plan to exchange their vows in Cornwall.

Meanwhile, Nadia and Mark often share insights into their family life on their YouTube channel and podcasts.

The ITV star’s husband revealed the pair have had their fair share of “challenges” during the coronavirus pandemic.


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Nadia also reflected on their relationship and how the pair sought marriage counselling.

“The key has been listening to each other – taking time to listen – and hearing what each other is saying rather than projecting what we think each other is saying,” Nadia explained.

“We both try to be kind rather than right and we aren’t ashamed to say that couples counselling really helped us to reset.”

Nadia added: “In our opinion, couples counselling would benefit almost all couples at some point in the relationship.”

Discussing family life in lockdown, Mark revealed the key to a successful marriage is being able to “discuss most things with each other”.

“We can respect each other’s need for solitude within the house, and we are both very sympathetic if the other one is having a down day or struggling with the enormity of the crisis that was unfolding around us,” he explained.

“We find that either one of us is usually strong enough to help hold the other one up when they’re having a down day.”

Meanwhile, the couple recently released their new book which offers a practical guide on homeschooling children.

Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids by Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley is out now.

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