Nadia Sawalha, 55, strips naked as she pokes fun at Gwyneth Paltrow 'I too use ...

NADIA SAWALHA - host on Loose Women - has taken to Instagram to mock Gwyneth Paltrow's completely naked snap, as she posed with a tub of Lurpak butter in her garden.

PUBLISHED: 10:56, Mon, Sep 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:13, Mon, Sep 28, 2020

Loose Women presenter Nadia Sawalha, 55, who is known for her body positivity posts on Instagram, decided to follow in Gwyneth Paltrow's footsteps, by stripping down to her birthday suit. The ITV star posed with a tub of Lurpak butter, referencing what the A-lister had gushed about in her earlier post.


I love it on crumpets

Nadia Sawalha

Nadia made a collage of her own nude pic alongside Gwyneth's and wrote: "So apparently @gwynethpaltrow uses her @goop body butter to give her the confidence to go naked in her garden !!!

"I always knew me and Gwinnie Gwin Gwins had something in common !!! I too use butter to help me go naked !! Lashings if the stuff !!!

"I love it on crumpets, pasta, cheese, cake, mash veg, chicken... How weird is that Gwins????? We are soooooo ALIKE !!!

"Love ya Gwinnie !!"(sic)

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She concluded: "Photography by a very happy husband @mark_adderley."

It wasn't long before fans commended Nadia for her hilarious post as they waded in to comment.

One remarked: "You are way better than Gwinnie."

Another shared: "Absolutely brilliant you look amazing and I bl***y love butter too why does it have to be so bad?"

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