Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha, Kaye Adams and Jane Moore shared their first post-lockdown meal together

Bethan Rose Jenkins
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha, Kaye Adams and Jane Moore enjoyed their first meal together post-lockdown yesterday (13 April) and celebrated the importance of friendship.

Nadia Sawalha shared a selfie of the three ITV Daytime presenters and friends dining outdoors at a London restaurant to her Instagram account. She also included fun snaps of Jane and Kaye each on their own, looking happy and holding a well-deserved drink.

Wrapped in warm coats and scarves, the trio ensured that they would be warm enough to enjoy their dinner and drinks as the sun went down.

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In the post, Nadia expressed her gratitude at being finally about to socialise again and said the evening was “perfect” even though they “had to sit outside”, “have dinner at 5pm” and “there were no burgers left”.

Nadia revealed the three friends had “had the best time raising a glass and chatting” and said the evening had reminded her “just how precious all [her] relationships” were.

She ended the post by hoping her followers stayed safe and adding that “it’s the simple things that bring us happiness and make us human.”

Jane Moore also shared the selfie of the trio to her own Instagram, along with a peek at her post-lockdown haircut.

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In the post, she said she had gotten a little “over-excited” at the dinner and indulged in “red wine and Baileys,” which she only normally drinks at Christmas.

“Consequently, this morning’s lowlight is a hangover,” admitted Jane. “But would I do it all again? Hell yeah!”

Jane also finished on an optimistic note, adding “with the weather improving and life starting to gradually open up, there’s hope in the air.”

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