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Baby love Model Nadia Forde says her toddler Wyatt has a huge personality and is "so sassy"

Nadia and husband Dominic Day welcomed their little girl two years ago and have had endless entertainment since

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Actress and model Nadia Forde. Photo Sarah Blake

Actress and model Nadia Forde. Photo Sarah Blake

Actress and model Nadia Forde. Photo Sarah Blake

Model Nadia Forde has revealed that her daughter Wyatt is “so sassy” and makes her and husband Dominic Day laugh all the time.

Nadia and the Welsh rugby star welcomed their little girl two years ago and have had endless entertainment since.

Speaking to Big Brother star Brian Dowling on Instagram Live, Nadia explained that her toddler has a huge personality and has absolutely no boundaries.

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Toddler Wyatt

Toddler Wyatt

Toddler Wyatt

 

The 32-year-old said: “She's amazing, she’s so sassy! And she came out like that, I feel like the minute she was born she was like, 'I’m ready!’

“She's amazing honestly, she makes us laugh everyday it's just the best... Also, you get to see the excitement of the world through her eyes for the first time.”

Nadia confessed that being a mum has changed her life “in every way” but she wouldn’t have it any other way.

“I'm a totally different person in just how I approach life and work and everything [since becoming a mother].

“It just informs every decision that you make going forward, literally from what job you take or not take to going to the bathroom - nothing is ever the same ever again!

“I haven't taken a piss by myself since she was born! She doesn't understand!” Nadia laughed.

The I’m A Celeb contestant also admitted that she was “terrified” when the Covid-19 pandemic hit in March 2020.

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“When it first hit, I was terrified because we didn't know enough about it then it was still very new,” she told Brian,

“We were in London and I was away from my family and I was really worried about our relatives both Dom's and mine because we didn't have family near us.

“It was a bit mad at the very beginning... I don't know what it's going to be like to go out in a group again.

“Even travel, it makes everything harder but also the restrictions are there for a reason and they're to protect us and I feel so blessed that we're all okay.”
 

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