Saira Khan is making the most of life in lockdown with her family, taking to her social media pages to share snippets of their lives together.
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In her latest post, the Loose Women panellist - who recently celebrated her 50th birthday in lockdown - shared a rare family photo with her husband Steve Hyde and their two children Zac, 12, and nine-year-old Amara as well as their dog Vera - much to the delight of her fans!
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Following a 5K run with her loved ones, the doting mum posed for a sweet selfie in the park. "It's a family affair," she wrote across the image.
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The post comes shortly after Saira revealed she experienced "mum guilt" over the past few months, confessing they are "not the perfect family" despite what social media depicts.
"I don't have a perfect family, we argue, snap, fall out, get on each other's nerves and sometimes say things to each other, out of frustration and anger, which we don't mean and then later regret," she wrote.
The Loose Women star shared this rare family selfie
"I am not superwoman," she added. "I make mistakes and I learn from them. But I do my best and when all is said and done, I love my family, work hard to provide for them and will raise my kids with honesty and realistic expectations and know that in me they will always have my support and love."
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Last week, Saira opened up to HELLO! about the highs and lows of lockdown. "I feel lucky that we as a family have done so well to keep things together," she explained. "Yes, we've had our rows but we've managed and coped really well, which has been a real lesson for us. If we lost everything, as long as we had each other we'd be okay."
The family live in Oxfordshire
Of being confronted by her own share of challenges, Saira said: "Steve and I are quite good-fun parents, so our children like our company, but we've been in lockdown since March and they're not going back to school until September – it's not easy. My son is going through all these hormonal changes and just wants to be out with his mates."
She added: "I have a very strong marriage, but I thank God Loose Women brings me into the studio one day a week [on Wednesdays] as it's a massive release. We've got no live audience and there's a skeleton staff with no hair, make-up or wardrobe, but it's lovely catching up with the girls."