Nadia Bartel believes the COVID pandemic has 'been a good thing' for her

'I actually feel like COVID was meant to happen': Nadia Bartel believes the pandemic has 'been a good thing' and 'fun' as she's 'really gotten into fitness' and had a chance to recharge

By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 08:59 BST, 4 October 2020 | Updated: 09:00 BST, 4 October 2020

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Nadia Bartel may be in Melbourne - one of the Australian cities hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic - but she sees an upside to the crisis. 

The WAG told The Herald Sun this weekend that she feels this period has given her a much-needed chance to recharge. 

The 35-year-old said:  'I actually feel like COVID, for whatever reason, maybe it was meant to happen, because we're all meant to slow down.'

Upside: Nadia Bartel (pictured) may be in Melbourne - The Australian city hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic - but she sees an upside. The WAG told The Herald Sun this weekend that she feels this period has given her a much-needed chance to recharge and work on her fitness

Upside: Nadia Bartel (pictured) may be in Melbourne - The Australian city hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic - but she sees an upside. The WAG told The Herald Sun this weekend that she feels this period has given her a much-needed chance to recharge and work on her fitness 

The budding designer also appreciates the extra time to work on her gym-honed physique, and bond with her two sons Aston, four, and Henley, one.

'I feel for me personally, it's actually been a good thing. I've really gotten into my fitness, I've really connected with the boys and recharged,' she said. 

Nadia added that she has focused on becoming a 'more spiritual person' and added breathing techniques and meditation to her routine. 

The 35-year-old said: 'I actually feel like COVID, for whatever reason, maybe it was meant to happen, because we're all meant to slow down'

The 35-year-old said:

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