The winner of The Great British Bake Off and The One Show regular says she has struggled with the pressures of her ethnic and religious background. The full interview with Hussain can be seen on The Jonathan Ross Show on Saturday November 17 at 9.40pm. As of September 2020, Nadia Hussain is 35 years old. Nadiya Hussain was born in  Luton, Bedfordshire, England on December 25, 1984. She has also written some children's books. The winner of The Great British Bake Off and The One Show regular says she has struggled with the pressures of her ethnic and religious background. Famous as the winner of the sixth series of BBC's The Great British Bake Off. Nadiya was a columnist for Essentials magazine and her recipes have also featured in  'The Telegraph', 'Good Food magazine', and 'The Guardian'. Hussain, who has become a regular TV fixture since winning Bake Off in 2015, has revealed to Jonathan Ross that she has grappled with mental health problems. In 2015, Nadiya Hussain appeared in the sixth series of British TV baking competition, "The Great British Bake Off" and also won the show. The baker has said that entering Bake Off was her husband Abdal’s idea, to help with a panic disorder which has been affected by the pressure to prove herself. In August 2016, Nadiya presented a two-part food travelogue show, 'The Chronicles of Nadiya' on BBC One, where she travels to Bangladesh to trace her culinary roots. On October 17, 2019, Her autobiography, 'Finding My Voice' was published by Headline Publishing Group which includes some of her own recipes and poetry. Nadiya Hussain is a British TV chef, columnist, author, and television presenter. Famous as a British TV chef, author, and TV presenter. Her other novels are 'The Fall and Rise of the Amir Sisters' (2019) and 'The Hopes and Triumphs of the Amir Sisters' (2020). In 2016, Nadiya Hussain Published her first cookbook, 'Nadiya’s Kitchen'  following which she has published some other cookbooks such as 'Nadiya's British Food Adventure' (2017), 'Nadiya's Family Favourites'(2018), 'Time To Eat' (2019), and 'Nadiya Bakes' (2020).

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She said: “When I entered Bake Off, I didn’t do it because I wanted to, I did it because I have got panic disorder and I really struggle, and my husband said, ‘I really want you to go off and do something without us, you’ve spent eight, nine years with us, go off and do something’. The TV chef has said she struggles to explain her bouts of mental health trouble to her children, and is wary of social media making her anxieties worse. In July 2018, Hussain's second TV cookery series 'Nadiya's Family Favourites' aired on BBC Two. She launched her own Homeware range "Make Life Colourful Range" in collaboration with BlissHome in 2018 which includes a full tableware range, candles, aprons, oven gloves, tea towels as well as spice racks. Celebrity baker Nadiya Hussain has said that she has to prove herself because she is a dark-skinned Muslim woman. Celebrity baker Nadiya Hussain has said that she has to prove herself because she is a dark-skinned Muslim woman. The Stranger comes to Netflix with a different setting, new characters, and Jennifer Saunders! Nadia Hussain is a married woman. Hussain, who has become a regular TV fixture since winning Bake Off in 2015, has revealed to Jonathan Ross that she has … The couple has three children, two sons named Musa Hussain and Dawud Hussain, and a daughter named Maryam Hussain. Her hair color is black and her eye color is Dark Brown. Hussain revealed that the reason for taking part in Bake Off was to humour her husband, who urged the baker to use the show to ease her panic disorder. The winner of The Great British Bake Off and The One Show regular says she has struggled with the pressures of her ethnic and religious background. Hussain, who has become a regular TV fixture since winning Bake Off in 2015, has revealed to Jonathan Ross that she has grappled with mental health problems. The same year, she awarded by the 'National Book Award' as Food And Drink Book Of The Year for Nadiya’s Family Favourites. Her bra size is 32B. The TV chef has spoken of the pressures she feels due to her background. Nadiya Hussain won the Presenter Award at the 'Women in Film and Television UK' or WFTV Awards for The Chronicles of Nadiya in 2017. Her birth name is Nadiya Jamir Begum. The same month, she also appeared as a guest on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs. In September 2020, Nadiya appeared in the eight-part of the cookery series, 'Nadiya Bakes'. In 2017, she presented an eight-part series on BBC Two, 'Nadiya's British Food Adventure' for which she traveled across the country and also visited food producers. In November 2016, she became a judge on the fourth series of 'Junior Bake Off' on CBBC but replaced Mary Berry. Nadiya Hussain's Career Highlights. Everything that could go wrong, can go wrong for me because I’m brown, and I’m a woman, and I’m a Muslim, so every time I try and do something there is always that element of, ‘You have to prove yourself’.”. Nadiya Hussain attacks critics who say she jumped on ‘mental health bandwagon' The Great British Bake Off winner has spoken publicly about her battle with a panic disorder. In 2019, she appeared in the sixth cookery series, 'Time To Eat' on BBC Two which included various time-saving kitchen hacks and recipes designed to save time and allow families to stay within budget. The couple got married in a traditional ceremony in Bangladesh. Her sexual orientation is Straight.

In doing so, she has had to overcome her own shyness but also her family’ strict traditions. In 2015, Nadiya Hussain appeared in the sixth series of British TV baking competition, "The Great British Bake Off" and also won the show. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article. The same year, she was also nominated as the Breakthrough star at the 'Royal Television Society Awards' forThe Chronicles of Nadiya. She is a gorgeous woman with an average body build. Celebrity baker Nadiya Hussain has said that she has to prove herself because she is a dark-skinned Muslim woman. Her religion is Muslim. She is best known as the winner of the sixth series of BBC's "The Great British Bake Off".

In January 2017, Nadiya Hussain released her first novel, 'The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters' with help from author Ayisha Malik. The Great British Bake Off’s former winner Nadiya Hussain has left fans divided over her chicken doughnut recipe. Nadiya Hussain says she has to prove herself as ‘brown, a woman, and Muslim’ Showbiz Published: Nov 16, 2018 The TV chef has spoken of the pressures she feels due to her background. As of 2020, Nadiya Hussain’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. The same year, she also co-presented, 'The Big Family Cooking Showdown' alongside Zoë Ball but after some time she left the show to focus on her own show, 'Nadiya's Family Favourites'. She has also earned an open university degree in Childhood and Youth Studies. The Grand Tour Madagascar special: When are the boys back? She said: “When I entered Bake Off, I didn’t do it because I wanted to, I did it because I have got panic disorder and I really struggle, and my husband said, ‘I really want you to go off and do something without us, you’ve spent eight, nine years with us, go off and do something’. She awarded as Personality of the Year at 'Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards' for Nadiya's British Food Adventure in 2018. Her other children's books are 'Nadiya's Bake Me Festive Story' (2017), 'Nadiya's Bake Me Celebration Story'(2018), and 'My Monster and Me' (2019). She also writes a monthly column for The Times Magazine. Good Omens: How we made it – Neil Gaiman and Rob Wilkins on the making of the Prime Video series, Good Omens: David Tennant and Michael Sheen’s Secrets From the Set, Treadstone: The Jason Bourne TV series is an unmissable and explosive thriller, Good Omens: Devilishly good fantasy series is a heart-warming tribute to magical Terry Pratchett, BT TV customers - Watch now on the BT Player, The Netflix hot list: What to watch in January 2020, EastEnders’ Kellie Bright ‘terrified’ about alcoholism plot. Hussain revealed that the reason for taking part in Bake Off was to humour her husband, who urged the baker to use the show to ease her panic disorder. I did it to humour him.”. Watch this SBS Flashback documenting how some Australians are choosing to marry outside their ethnic background SBS On Demand: Nadiya Hussain's wedding day was "one of … Since she won, she has met the queen, written a book and given numerous interviews and talks. On 21 December 2016, Nadiya presented a two-hour cookery show at her home on BBC Radio 2 alongside Olly Smith as part of BBC's Christmas radio line-up. She has five siblings including three sisters and two brothers.

The shows' final became the most-watched show of 2015 with more than 15 million viewers. In December 2018, Nadiya and her husband married each other again. She wears a shoe size of 6(US) and a dress size of 4(US). I did it to humour him.”. The TV chef has spoken of the pressures she feels due to her background. She stands at a height of 1.53m (5 feet) tall and her body weighs around 55kg (121 lbs.). Hussain said: “It’s really hard for me to be where I am and do what I do. She was born to father, Jamir Ali who was a chef and owned an Indian restaurant, and mother, Asma Begum who was a housewife. Nadia met her husband through their families when she was 19. Nadiya Hussain has quite good earnings from her career as a  TV chef, author, and television presenter. She is also active in social media platforms with over610k followers on Instagram @nadiyajhussain and over 240.4k followers on Twitter @BegumNadiya.