Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain admits washing teenage kids' feet every Sunday to bond with them


    It’s not a simple event either, as the chef takes great care in this activity and gives her family salon-quality treatment: “I moisturise and I exfoliate, and I file them down.”

    Her three children, Musa, 16, Dawud, 15 and Maryam, 12, don’t enjoy physical touch but this simple act brings the family closer, adding: “It’s a big part of my staying close to them.

    “As much as they hate physical touch sometimes, doing that with them really makes us feel closer — to the point where they’re, ‘Mum can we do your feet for you, because you always do our feet’.”

    Despite her fixation on caring for the toes of her children, Nadiya doesn’t enjoy her own feet being touched, but allows her family to do it anyway “because they want to connect with me”.


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