Nadia Sawalha and her husband document their first post-lockdown 'date night'

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Nadia Sawalha and her husband document their first post-lockdown 'date night'

Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark vlogged about their first post-lockdown date for their YouTube channel at the weekend, clearly beside themselves

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Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark vlogged about their first post-lockdown date for their YouTube channel at the weekend, clearly beside themselves to be allowed out to have dinner.

And the pair admitted to feeling ‘smug’ for having lost weight in lockdown rather than putting it on, like so many apparently have.

They declared that they were going to eat whatever they wanted as they’ve been behaved when it comes to nutrition during isolation over the past few months.

Let out! Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark vlogged about their first post-lockdown date for their YouTube channel at the weekend, clearly beside themselves to be allowed out to have dinner

Let out! Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark vlogged about their first post-lockdown date for their YouTube channel at the weekend, clearly beside themselves to be allowed out to have dinner

Nadia admitted that she wanted to stick to her healthier lifestyle going forward.

She said: ‘[After tonight] I am going to be very abstemious, because I have loved feeling healthier, exercising more, drinking less, eating less…’

The pair filmed themselves on their way to a restaurant, Mark in the driving seat of the car. He chimed in: ‘Everyone’s trying to lose their lockdown gut…’

Nadia went on: ‘But Mark and I are feeling a little bit smug. You are going to love this when you do the edit, because your stomach has totally gone.’

Giddy! The pair admitted to feeling 'smug' for having lost weight in lockdown rather than putting it on, like so many apparently have

Giddy! The pair admitted to feeling ‘smug’ for having lost weight in lockdown rather than putting it on, like so many apparently have

En route: The pair filmed themselves on their way to a restaurant, Mark in the driving seat of the car

En route: The pair filmed themselves on their way to a restaurant, Mark in the driving seat of the car

Mark then leaned in to look at himself on-screen, and said: ‘Oh it’s gone hasn’t it! What a result!’

Mark also admitted he is looking forward to ‘being aroused in an entire way, not just a limited way’ as they headed into the West End.

Nadia spoke to MailOnline from lockdown in April, when she admitted that lockdown was causing her ‘survivors guilt’ to be heightened, because she was already used to ‘quarantining’ with her family.

The Loose Women host, 55, reflected: ‘I guess I feel blessed that’s it’s not been that different for us really. I’ve sort of realised that my real life is quarantine anyway.’

Nadia said: 'Mark and I are feeling a little bit smug. You are going to love this when you do the edit, because your stomach has totally gone'

Nadia said: ‘Mark and I are feeling a little bit smug. You are going to love this when you do the edit, because your stomach has totally gone’

Oh my! Mark also admitted he is looking forward to 'being aroused in an entire way, not just a limited way' as they headed into the West End

Oh my! Mark also admitted he is looking forward to ‘being aroused in an entire way, not just a limited way’ as they headed into the West End

Indulging: They declared that they were going to eat whatever they wanted as they've been behaved when it comes to nutrition during isolation over the past few months

Indulging: They declared that they were going to eat whatever they wanted as they’ve been behaved when it comes to nutrition during isolation over the past few months

Nadia and Mark share two children – daughters Maddie, 17, and Kiki, 12.

The girls are home-schooled, meaning that the lockdown has not proven as tough for Nadia’s household as it has others.

‘I hate routine more than anything else in the world – and so we haven’t had a routine ripped away form us. We are used to spending loads of time with each other.

‘This sometimes gives me a sense of survivor’s guilt though. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I feel really s**t. Most of the time I feel positive, I exercise, I make three meals a day – I love to cook and ask Mark and the kids what they want, I’ll do them each a different thing!

Family: Nadia is married to husband Mark and shares two children with him - daughters Maddie, 17, and Kiki, 12

Family: Nadia is married to husband Mark and shares two children with him – daughters Maddie, 17, and Kiki, 12

Honest: Nadia spoke to MailOnline from lockdown in April, when she admitted that lockdown was causing her 'survivors guilt' to be heightened, because she was already used to 'quarantining' with her family

Honest: Nadia spoke to MailOnline from lockdown in April, when she admitted that lockdown was causing her ‘survivors guilt’ to be heightened, because she was already used to ‘quarantining’ with her family

‘But, like at the weekend I felt down – and it’s okay to feel down.’

Nadia explained that her worries stem from the situation the world will find itself in going forward, rather than the current circumstances.  

‘It’s not about lockdown – I worry for my children. I can do lockdown, but you start to think of the future after this. What is it?   

'My life is a quarantine anyway!' The girls are home-schooled, meaning that the lockdown has not proven as tough for Nadia's household as it has others

‘My life is a quarantine anyway!’ The girls are home-schooled, meaning that the lockdown has not proven as tough for Nadia’s household as it has others

YouTubers! Nadia's family have also grouped together to star in their own YouTube channel - which 'all started being a movie review channel as a bit of fun' but morphed into 'a patchwork of all the things we love as a family'

YouTubers! Nadia’s family have also grouped together to star in their own YouTube channel – which ‘all started being a movie review channel as a bit of fun’ but morphed into ‘a patchwork of all the things we love as a family’

Nadia said: 'I hate routine more than anything else in the world - and so we haven’t had a routine ripped away form us. We are used to spending loads of time with each other'

Nadia said: ‘I hate routine more than anything else in the world – and so we haven’t had a routine ripped away form us. We are used to spending loads of time with each other’

‘When I ponder on the tough answers I can get overwhelmed with it. That’s why I limit the amount of news I watch. I don’t do the scroll of terror!’

Nadia’s family all star on her YouTube channel – which ‘all started being a movie review channel as a bit of fun’ but morphed into ‘a patchwork of all the things we love as a family’.

With over 100k subscribers, Nadia explained: ‘It’s not about business, or money. We are advocates of mental health so we make honest mental health films and we do TV reviews and film reviews.

‘I love my job so much on Loose Women but this is about being a bit more silly and playful. And my kids have learned how to debate through it. How to think critically. We’ve really put our heart and soul into it!’

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