PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 10:01, Thu, Oct 29, 2020
Nadia Sawalha has said that her biggest "regrets" for her children was sending them to a private school. The Loose Women panellist and her husband Mark Adderley made the decision to homeschool their daughters, Maddie, 18, and Kiki-Bee, 13, over five years ago.
However, in a joint interview, the 55-year-old presenter explained that her youngest daughter would be heading back to school.
The Loose Women star revealed that they had found the "right" one for her to attend.
Nadia commented: "[Our daughter's] now going back to school in September, because we found the right school for her.
"It's a state school but it's the right school for her."
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Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha's daughter is returning to school (Image: WENN/GETTY)
Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark Adderley had homeschooled their daughters (Image: GETTY)
It comes as Nadia and her other half Mark chatted about their new book, Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids.
When asked what prompted the couple to remove their children from school, they revealed their big "mistake" was not choosing the right educational institution for them.
"We are not fans of schools. We're really not," Nadia remarked.
"We chose the wrong schools for our children and we regret putting them into a private school."
Nadia Sawalha shares two children with