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Nadia Sawalha

British actress and television personality

Nadia Sawalha

Born (1964-11-18) 18 November 1964 (age 56)

Wandsworth, London, England

Alma materItalia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts
  • Television personality
  • actress
  • Youtuber
Years active1982–present

Justin Mildwater

(m. 1992; died 1997)​

Mark Adderley

(m. 2002)​
RelativesDina Sawalha (elder sister)

Julia Sawalha (younger sister)

Nabil Sawalha (paternal uncle)

Nadia Sawalha (; born 18 November 1964) is a British television personality, actress and YouTuber. She is best known for her role as Annie Palmer on the BBC Onesoap operaEastEnders from 1997 to 1999. After winning the 2007 series of Celebrity MasterChef, she has continued to make appearances on cookery shows as a presenter and as a chef. Sawalha was one of the original presenters on the ITV daytime talk show Loose Women from its start in 1999 until 2002. She returned to the show in 2013 as a panellist after a presenter revamp.


After training at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, Sawalha began her career in theatre.[citation needed] From 1997 to 1999, she starred in EastEnders as businesswoman Annie Palmer. Her other acting television credits include Casualty, Which Way to the War and ITV police drama, The Bill. Sawalha has also appeared in the films Clockwise (1986), Which Way to the War (1994), Slave of Dreams (1995), The Vanishing Man (1996) and the BBC Victorian drama Station Jim (2001), Caught in the Act (1997).

From 1999 to 2002, Sawalha was a regular panellist on the lunchtime chat show Loose Women. She returned in October 2013.[1]

In 2001, Sawalha presented the short-lived ITV quiz programme It's Not the Answer with Peter Dickinson as the announcer.

For the BBC, Sawalha has fronted four series of Passport to the Sun, the Total series, TV Mail, Heir Hunters, Perfect Partner and Family Exchange. She is also a co-host on the live documentary City Hospital. Sawalha has previously hosted the BBC One show Living in the Sun, about British expats living in Spain, made by Ricochet, and Wanted Down Under, which shows families who want to make the move Down Under (Australia, occasionally New Zealand) and what it would be like to live and work in those Antipodean nations. She can also be seen on Accidents Can Happen, a daytime BBC One programme produced by Twofour, which follows families as they try to rebuild their homes and their lives following disaster.

In 2005, Sawalha presented the BBC One programme Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre which followed learner drivers as they learnt to drive and took their driving tests with varying degrees of success. Sawalha was one of the learner drivers who ended up passing her driving test at the end of the second series. In the same year and on the same network, Sawalha also co-presented with Jeremy Milnes for the programme Keeping Up with the Joneses.

In the summer of 2006, Sawalha began co-presenting The One Show with Adrian Chiles. However, due to her pregnancy, she did not return to the show in the summer of 2007 and was replaced by Christine Bleakley.[citation needed]

After winning Celebrity MasterChef, Sawalha went on to co-present the children's version of the show Junior Masterchef, she was said[by whom?] to be 'delighted' to be given the chance to host the show.

In 2008, Sawalha returned to BBC One, to present the daytime programme, Wanted Down Under. She presented the 2009 programme Eating in the Sun,[2] produced by her husband Mark Adderley and has Sawalha challenged by celebrity chefs to cook in their favourite holiday restaurants.

From 15 February until 20 August 2010, Sawalha presented the reality programme Instant Restaurant[3] for BBC Two.

In December 2010, Sawalha presented in a fitness DVD entitled Nadia Sawalha: Fat To Fab, after losing three and a half stone.[4][better source needed]

In July 2011, Sawalha guest presented ITV Breakfast programme Lorraine and has since made regular appearances on the show, not only as a stand-in presenter but also as a resident chef.[5]

In January 2011, Sawalha starred in the sixth series of ITV's Dancing on Ice with Scottish professional Mark Hanretty, but was voted out in a double elimination in the first week along with Angela Rippon and her partner Sean Rice.[citation needed]

In April 2012, she began co-presenting Saturday Cookbook on ITV Breakfast with chef Mark Sargeant.

In 2012, Sawalha presented the UKTVHome series Kitchen SOS.[citation needed]

From 27 October to 29 December 2013, Sawalha and Kaye Adams co-hosted one series of Sunday Scoop, a cookery show.[6]

From 7 January 2015, Sawalha took part in the fifteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. She lasted 24 days in the house before being evicted.[7]

Sawalha presented her own cookery show, Nadia's Family Feasts, on ITV. She took inspiration from busy households around the world as she searched for new ideas for recipes that would fit into hectic schedules. Each week, she was joined by a guest chef with a passion or expertise in that cuisine.

Sawalha now hosts a few podcasts with her husband, Mark Adderley. In "How to Stay Married (So Far)" Nadia and Mark talk about the ups and downs of married life. In "Confessions of a Modern Parent", they discuss the modern issues that face teenagers, with an insight from Sawalha's daughter Maddie, and Carlitos, Lisa Mejuto's son.


  • Stuffed Vine Leaves Saved My Life (2010)
  • Greedy Girl's Diet (2013)
  • Greedy Girl's Diet: Second Helpings! (2013)
  • Fabulous Family Food (2014)
  • Nadia Sawalha's Little Black Dress Diet (2016)
  • Nadia and Kaye: Disaster Chef (2018) – with Kaye Adams


The Sawalha-Adderleys
BornNadia Sawalha
(1964-11-18) 18 November 1964 (age 56)
Mark Adderley
(1970-11-20) 20 November 1970 (age 50)
OccupationTV Presenter, Actress (Nadia)
Film maker, Director, Producer (Mark)
Years active2014–present
  • Gardening
  • Cooking
  • Vlogging
  • Podcasts
Total views41.71 million
Catchphrase(s)Hello Subs & Markkkkk

Updated: 25 June 2021

Sawalha started a YouTube channel with fellow Loose Women panellist Kaye Adams. They had their own YouTube account, Instagram account and Facebook page where they did weekly vlogs, cooking videos, film and TV programme reviews. They also focused on daily normal family routines as well. This account, however, is now inactive, and has been replaced with the Sawalha-Adderley YouTube channel. The Sawalha-Adderleys(Originally Nadia Sawalha and Family) was launched on Monday 25 August 2014 by Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark.[9] The channel regular features their two children Maddie and Kiki, Nadia's parents, Mark's mother Nanni Di, Nadia's sister Dina and Nadia's best friend and make-up artist, Lisa and her two children, Carlitos and Eddie.

The channel began as a film and TV show review where Nadia Sawalha, her husband Mark and sometimes their two children Maddie and Kiki would review the latest films coming out in the cinema or a popular TV show on television. Before Nadia began her YouTube channel she had another channel with fellow Loose Women presenter Kaye where they did weekly vlogs and live videos.

By the end of 2014, the family decided to make varied content with the first being Vlogmas where the family do a vlog every day in December. This proved to be a hit with their followers. From 2015 onwards the channel has been releasing at least two videos daily.[citation needed]

In December 2016 the channel launched a subscription to the channel for people who would like some extra content. It had a monthly cost of £1.99 and included their weekly The No-Named Sunday show which features different segments from memes, cooking, newspapers, book reviews, 'Teddy Talks', 'Lisa Loves...' and a weekly live for members only.[10]

In February 2019 Nadia Sawalha announced via the channel that they had reached 50,000 subscribers.[11] As a reward for reaching 50,000 it was announced via her husband Mark that the family will be taking Nadia to an indoor Sky Diving to say thank you to all their subs.[12]

On 4 May 2020 the channel reached 100k and got their silver play button. In May 2020 it was announced after reaching 100,000 subs that the family were hoping to begin making new content for the channel and filming a documentary for the channel.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Sawalha was raised and still lives in Croydon, South London.[13] She is the daughter of the Jordanian-born British actor Nadim Sawalha and his English wife Roberta Lane. She is the sister of television actress Julia Sawalha and has appeared on Lily Savage's Blankety Blank with her.[14] In 1997, the three starred together in Dearest Daddy... Darling Daughter at the Young Vic Theatre in South London.

Sawalha has suffered from psoriasis and has used homeopathy rather than conventional treatment.[15]

On 25 December 1997, Sawalha's first husband Justin Mildwater ended his life by suicide.[16] They had been married for five years, but had split up a few months before.[17][18][19][20]

On 6 June 2002, she married her second husband, television producer Mark Adderley. They live in South London and have two daughters, Maddie (born 25 December 2002) and Kiki-Bee (born 24 August 2007).[citation needed]

Sawalha is an atheist.[21]

On 31 May 2017, Sawalha spoke in an emotional video online about losing her hair at the age of 52. Sawalha said that her curls were fake and she was going through the perimenopause, which is the start of the menopause. She said that a doctor told her in September 2016 she had the balding gene.[22]


Guest appearances


  1. ^"Loose Women presenters: Nadia Sawalha". ITV.
  2. ^"Eating in the Sun". BBC One.
  3. ^"BBC Two Instant Restaurant". BBC Two.
  4. ^"Nadia Sawalha: Fat to Fab". Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  5. ^Nadia Sawalha: Celebs on the RunArchived 17 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine The Running Bug, 16 March 2012
  6. ^"Sunday presenters: Nadia Sawalha". ITV.
  7. ^"Nadia Sawalha". Celebrity Big Brother.
  8. ^"The Sawalha-Adderleys - Family, Food, Films & Fun YouTube Channel Analytics and Report - NoxInfluencer".
  9. ^
  10. ^Welcome to our Membership Area!! Join and Become a FAMILY GUEST!!. The Sawalha-Adderleys - Family, Food, Films & Fun. 24 January 2020. Retrieved 5 August 2021 – via YouTube.
  11. ^Weekend Vlog #8 - Nadia TALKS About DRINKING Again, Hitting 50000 SUBS & Mark Simply Won't SHUT UP. The Sawalha-Adderleys - Family, Food, Films & Fun. 23 February 2019. Retrieved 5 August 2021 – via YouTube.
  12. ^HOME TIME #45 - Will She WONT She JUMP & SKYDIVE? Nadia gets the NERVES & the FEAR. The Sawalha-Adderleys - Family, Food, Films & Fun. 27 April 2019. Retrieved 5 August 2021 – via YouTube.
  13. ^"Nadia Sawalha became a homeowner 20 years ago — and bought next door to her parents". Metro Newspaper UK. 4 April 2017. Retrieved 19 December 2020.
  14. ^Lily Savage's Blankety Blank. 4 March 2001. ITV.
  15. ^Dana Ullman, The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy, page 147 (California: North Atlantic Books, 2007). ISBN 978-1-55643-671-0
  16. ^"TV Nadia in tears as she tells of hubby's suicide". Free Online Library. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  17. ^"How could you do this, Nadia; Suicide husband's sister hits out at EastEnder Annie for her 'callous' affair with star". Free Online Library. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  18. ^"Priest in 'stop the suicides' plea over EastEnder Nadia's husband". Free Online Library. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  19. ^"Hanged on Christmas Day; Heartbroken dad says: My son Justin died a lonely man". Free Online Library. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  20. ^"'I feel suicidal ...I'm losing the wife I adore' Tragic Last Words of Eastender Nadia's Husband Before He Was Found Hanged". Free Online Library. Retrieved 1 November 2012.
  21. ^Should The Niqab Be Allowed In Court? | Loose Women. Loose Women. 17 April 2015. Retrieved 5 August 2021 – via YouTube.
  22. ^"Loose Women's Nadia on losing her hair". BBC News. 31 May 2017.
  23. ^"Draw it! on Channel 4 at 4:30pm May 5th, 2014". GipsyMedia Limited.
  24. ^"Celebrity Squares Episode 3". ITV.
  25. ^"The Chase: Celebrity Special Episode 8". ITV.

External links[edit]

Nichola MurphyLoose Women's Nadia Sawalha and her husband Mark Adderley revealed their biggest parenting regret with two daughters Maddie and Kiki-Bee.

Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley have been homeschooling their children for five years, so there was no back to school rush for them this September! However, this time of year is a poignant reminder of their biggest parenting regret with daughters Maddie, 17, and Kiki-Bee, 12.

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The Loose Women star and her husband sat down with HELLO! to discuss their new book, Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids, which is available to buy from 3 September. When asked what prompted them to make the decision to remove their children from school, they revealed that their youngest daughter Kiki, in particular, was too young to cope and described her as "anxious" and "very shy."


Nadia and Mark regret sending daughters Maddie and Kiki-Bee to private school

"The biggest mistake we made was sending them to private school," Nadia remarked, and Mark agreed. "I regret one huge parenting decision above everything else and it's the belief that if you pay for your child's education it's the right thing," he said, before describing a private school education as "aspirational." 

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Mark went on to say: "When I look back I feel so stupid that we were so bloody conventional in that thinking. What I found so disheartening about the whole thing is that it works if your child is highly academic in the first place. It's not interested in helping any of the other children who struggle or learn differently." Voicing their slight differences in opinion, he noted: "I'm going to go a bit stronger than Nadia here, I do think that private schools are run like a business. It's about making money."


Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids by Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley


Nadia, however, reiterated that they have nothing against the school system, as long as it works for each individual child. "We're not criticising the school or any schools, I think a lot of parents can identify with right child, wrong school," she explained.

Speaking of Kiki's school struggles, the mother-of-two said: "She was a summer baby and she was a year younger than everyone else and, to be honest, I just don't think she was ready for school. I get quite upset in one of the opening chapters of the book. I had such a strong feeling on that first day I took her into school that she would turn around and walk out. She looked adorable in these little pigtails and shiny shoes and beautiful private school uniform – she looked like a little dolly."


The couple have been homeschooling their children for five years

After spending several years foregoing traditional timetables and striving to make learning "fun and enjoyable", the doting parents said that Kiki has decided she is ready to return to a different school next September – something they have given both children the option of doing every year. 

"Kiki is going back to school not this September but next September, and we see that as a huge success that we took her out of school and she's got a love of learning, a passion for art and she's found a school she wants to go to. It's a much more arts and humanities based state school and we couldn't be happier," Nadia said. "We've never been anti-school, every year we say to them 'would you like to go to school this year?'"

Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids by Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley is published by Coronet, £14.99, out now. 

READ: The sweet meaning behind Nadia Sawalha's incredible birthday cake for daughter Kiki revealed

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Kiki Adderley is a musical artist and she is one of the rising stars in the music industry. She is Britain by nationality.

Kiki is seen to be famous because of her parents who are established stars and she is well known as being children of Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley.

NameKiki Adderley
ParentsNadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley

10 Facts on Maddy Adderley

    1. Kiki Adderley was born on 24 August 2007 and she lives in Upper Norwood in South London. She is currently 13 years old and her zodiac sign is Virgo.
    2. The height and weight information related to Kiki Adderley is hard to find at the moment but he is approximately 5 ft 6 in tall and has a fit body structure with 60 kgs.
    3. The educational background of Kiki Adderley is hard to find on the internet as of Dec 2020.
    4. Moving on to Maddy Adderley’s Instagram account she has an Instagram account with more than 800 followers. She is an active user and she often shares her activity on her Instagram account. She goes with the user name kikibeeadderley. Her Instagram is private for now.
    5. She is British by nationality.
    6. According to Hello magazine, her parents had revealed their regrets about parenting their children.
    7. The wiki page does not exist of Maddy Adderley but the information related to her is available on this site and she is trying her best to get one for her own. But the wiki page related to her mother is available on the internet.
    8. Talking about her family and siblings Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley are her parents. She has a sister Maddy Adderley.
    9. Whereas talking about her dating history and relationship history, there are no records. There are rumors that she is in a relationship but the information related to her is not available for now.
    10. Bouncing to Kiki Adderley the net worth of her is still under review.


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Nadia Sawalha admits she's pining for teenage daughter's social life in lockdown

Nadia Sawalha has admitted that one of the things she's missing the most in lockdown is her teenage daughter's social life.

The Loose Women star, 55, has an incredible bond with her daughters Kiki, 12, and Maddy, 17, who she shares with husband Mark Adderley.

The fun family has been capturing their daily lives on camera for their very own YouTube reality show for more than one year.

Their fans love getting a real insight into the star and her life at home with The Sawalha-Adderleys: Family, Films & Fun.

Nadia told all about it during an exclusive chat with Mirror Online as she discussed how their lives had changed since the coronavirus lockdown was put in place.

When we asked what she's missing most, she sweetly said she was more concerned about her daughter Maddy than herself.

She told us: "The thing I miss the most is my 17-year-old daughter looking gorgeous, all dressed up on a Saturday night with a great big smile on her face, going to one of her lovely friends' parties - she's got a really great friendship group - and seeing her buzz over the weekend.

"They're pretty amazing, my kids. My 17-year-old just got a boyfriend a few weeks before lockdown, they'd liked each other for a long time and they got together, and it's just so hard.

"I've really missed seeing her have her life."

She added that her 12 year old hasn't been so bad because she's an introvert so doesn't mind being at home as much.

"I really miss hugging my dad," Nadia added.

"And I really miss going to the Loose Women studio, I miss that life, it's like a ghost town now.

"Once we're into the show it feels like any other time, but I can not wait to get the audience back.

"The first day there's an audience back in that studio I'm going to be so over the moon.

"We have quite a lot of regular audience members and I miss their faces."

Nadia said her reality show has already been going for around 15 months, but that a lot of new people have been discovering it during the lockdown.

She said they're in a "blessed position" thanks to Mark's skills as a filmmaker, as he can just pick up a camera and record them at any moment.

"You couldn't make a reality show like this for television," she said.

"What I love about our reality show, and I'm really proud of it because I think we're really honest and really raw and unfiltered and the fact that our elderly relatives are involved in it quite a bit, and how much the audience love the oldies, my dad, my mum in law and my mum, because old people are so great.

"I don't think television puts enough old people on.

"We're so diverse, we have everything on our show but I think the rest of telly really fails at that."

She added: "I think that's what people love about our show, it's very relatable. Half the time the house is a tip, Mark and I are screaming our heads off at each other having a row, the dogs, the kids - and people really feel like they know us.

"We've got a brilliant community.

"I never thought I'd do this kind of reality show, and I never would for television, but I'm really proud of it. I think it's a lot of fun and people get a lot out of it."

Nadia also told us she was suddenly feeling a lot more positive in lockdown, because it's helped her get more in touch with her feelings than she's ever been.

And that's something she wants for her daughters too.

She said: "I'm feeling full of hope and positivity today, I really do. I think after some dark days of thinking 'god are we ever going to come out of this', not for me because my lockdown is easy compared to the majority of the world, but just for the world, and I just feel it's all change.

"I think it's a really important point, because we know there's going to be an absolute tsunami of mental health issues across the world and I do think it's very, very important to be able to have whatever your feelings are.

"My girls, I could say to them every day, 'well you're not locked in a flat with a violent father so you haven't got anything to be unhappy about', but I would never do that.

"Their stuff is their stuff and I think I've allowed myself to have my stuff, not hugging my parents, it's scary when I look at the future and it's terribly scary when you look at the economy and you worry about work and all of that, but the way that I've got through it is every time I've felt down and felt dark, and this is something I've done my whole life, I naturally go to the positive, I naturally go to my cup is half full, to the point that people get irritated with me.

"I am that kind of a person but that's not to say that at times I haven't been really down about this."

* For more tips and to watch Nadia’s family reality show visit The Sawalha-Adderleys: Family, Films & Fun on YouTube

* Nadia and Mark host podcast Confessions of a Modern Parent together

* Nadia also appears on Loose Women, weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV


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Nad a bother Nadia Sawalha's kids said she was 'too old' to have a YouTube channel

Turning negatives into positives has long been Nadia Sawalha's mantra, but she admits 2020 has tested that outlook.

he one-time EastEnders actress, who has had a star turn on ITV's lunchtime panel show Loose Women for over two decades, admits she "went slightly mad" in the opening weeks of the first Covid-19 lockdown in the UK.

Yet in an exclusive interview with Magazine+, the 55-year-old reveals she has found a new lease of life after opening her eyes to a whole new world that has seen her emerge as a YouTube star and receive the ultimate vindication in her plan to homeschool her children.

Speaking about her new book, Honey, I Homeschooled the Kids, co-written with her husband Mark Adderley, Nadia insists the challenges that are being thrust before us need to be overcome with optimism.

"Luckily, I'm a very positive person and in the times we have all been living through, that has certainly been helpful to me," she begins.

"It's a blessing to have this positive vibe running through me, even if it does drive everyone in my house mad, but I have to admit I went a bit crazy when lockdown first came in back in March.


Nadia with her husband Mark Adderley and their two daughters, Maddie and Kiki-Bee.

Nadia with her husband Mark Adderley and their two daughters, Maddie and Kiki-Bee.

"I was absolutely distraught. It just felt like the virus was everywhere around us.

"I was probably a little ahead of the game on the virus because I was looking at what happened in China and knew it was coming over here. Then when it arrived, it freaked me out.

"A few months on and I think we are all used to this new world and I know the challenges I have faced have been nothing compared to so many people who have suffered through this year.

"I have a nice house, a wonderful family, a husband who I like, kids who are already homeschooled and a garden. Also, I've still got my job, so I know I'm blessed and that's why lockdown was not as bad for me as it was for so many people all over the world."

Nadia admits her kids mocked her over plans to launch a YouTube channel alongside hubby Mark, but it has proved to be a huge success and attracts big audiences every day.

"The idea was I wanted to be a middle-aged YouTube sensation and my kids said to me, 'You can't be'," she continues.

"They said, 'First of all, you are too old. Secondly, people don't like people who are already on TV on YouTube. They want to discover someone new'.

"But I always thought there were people like me, my age, who don't know about YouTube channels and they will come looking. When they do, I'll already be there.

"We were so rubbish when we started, but now the kids are going to screenings with movie reviewers so it has gone great."

Nadia's YouTube advice on how to homeschool children proved to be valuable during the period when we were all trying to get to grips with a challenge she has embraced for the last few years with her youngest two kids, Maddie and Kiki-Bee.

"When we decided to homeschool our kids, people thought there was something wrong with us," she adds.


Nadia with her husband Mark Adderley.

Nadia with her husband Mark Adderley.

"In this new book, we start by asking people to close their eyes and imagine what a homeschooled kid is.

"Are they feral, running around in the woods naked, unable to brush their teeth, or read and write...

"That's how the media portray home school kids and home school families, but that is not the way any more.

"Even before lockdown, there were hundreds of thousands of kids being homeschooled and when I first started homeschooling, people said it was only religious relics and mad people that did it, but it doesn't seem so strange now.

"For most kids, school is absolutely the right place for them and they love it, but for some children, it just doesn't work.

"Our youngest child was deeply unhappy at school and it was a shadow over the whole family. So we didn't even know about homeschooling at the time, but we had to do something.

"She was at a private school at the time and Mark and I have always said that the biggest mistake we ever made was sending her to private school.

"Then in March every parent was in our position. All of a sudden, we were not the strange homeschoolers any more, as everyone was doing it.

"Never in my life did I think I would wake my kids up and tell them that everyone in the world was now being homeschooled.

"It was incredibly life-affirming for us when everyone was in that position and seeing how people were struggling to cope with the challenge showed Mark and I how far we have come.

"Mark and I will never say parents should pull their kids out of school, but 70pc of parents said they got to know their kids better during lockdown and that has to be a good thing.

"Kids going to 10 different clubs a week and putting them on a schedule where they barely stop from the minute they get up in the morning until the moment they go back to bed cannot be a good thing.

"Why are we doing this? Too many kids are over-scheduled.

"The book is offering some ideas on how you can complement what you do with your kids now and make it a little better."


Nadia's book, Honey, I Homeschooled The Kids

Nadia's book, Honey, I Homeschooled The Kids

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