PUBLISHED: 17:38, Tue, Sep 8, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:38, Tue, Sep 8, 2020
Along with her fellow panellists, Loose Women regular Nadia Sawalha, 55, often shares details about her family life on the ITV programme. The small-screen star has since spoken out about a decision she made with her other half Mark Adderley and the couple's two children; Maddie, 17, and Kiki-Bee, 12.
The former EastEnders' actress opened up on the one topic she refuses to discuss on television because people are often "dismissive" of the concept of homeschooling.
Nadia and Mark removed their children from mainstream school five years ago.
The presenter explained that people often share a "narrow" viewpoint about homeschooling and the idea can be seen as "scary" for parents.
"Every programme that I've ever been on TV about homeschooling - this is why I always refuse to go on telly and talk about homeschooling - is because people want to put it into a very narrow and niche corner," Nadia stated.
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Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha on what she refuses to discuss on show (Image: WENN)
Nadia Sawalha with her husband Mark Adderley and their daughters (Image: GETTY)
"Because, it's incredibly scary to stream against the tide."
She continued: "We're literally running in the opposite direction of 100,000's of people and that's scary.
"And a lot of people find that whole concept scary."
Nadia added: "So I think it's easy to be dismissive or say, 'A whole load of hippies'."
Loose Women host Nadia Sawalha has revealed what she won't discuss on TV (Image: ITV/WENN)
Her husband Mark also explained that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic may change people's view of schooling their children at home.