BREAKING: Nadia Bartel tells all - 'I'm so lucky I've got such a supportive family'
The popular mum reveals all in TV interview
Nadia Bartel has broken her silence in her first on-camera interview since her split from football star husband Jimmy Bartel.
Speaking out during promotional duties for her new show The All New Monty: Ladies Night, mum of two Nadia revealed how challenging her life has been of late.
‘Yeah, it's so hectic. I'm juggling it all but I'm so lucky I've got such a supportive family and friends around me,' said the busy mum, during a chat with The Morning Show.
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‘So mum and dad and my sister and brother and then their wife and husband do a lot for the boys.
'It's been a bit of a juggle but we'll get there in the end.'
Nadia confessed she had to think twice about committing to the show, which requires participants to strip in front of an audience, to promote breast cancer awareness.
'It was actually quite a hard decision initially,' she said.
'Just when I heard the title of the show, "The Full Monty", I was thinking, "Oh, goodness, getting clothes off! I'm not really comfortable about it."
'But obviously when I found out about the message behind the show, to raise awareness of breast cancer in Australia... it is such a prominent issue.'
The All New Monty: Ladies Night challenges its cast of amazing women to bare all on television for a one-night-only special event to help raise awareness about the disease, which has touched many Australian families.
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In the show, fellow participant Lynne McGranger, 66, emotionally reveals the reason she decided to take her kit off on tele was to honour her late friend and co-star Belinda Emmet, who sadly died of breast cancer in 2006.
‘I would be absolutely honoured [to do the show] and I have to tell you why,’ she told 7NEWS.com.au.
‘Belinda Emmett, she was on Home and Away, and I clearly remember her sitting in a makeup chair.
‘Belinda went, “I’ve got a little lump.” She was 23. It would be my great honour to do it.’
On the subject of baring her flesh, Lynne admitted it was a challenge.
‘Well I think we’re quite tasteful on camera,’ she laughed. ‘On the night you saw the whole shebang.
‘As long as you don’t have a weak stomach, tune in!’
Lynne will be baring all alongside fellow Home and Away cast member Georgie Parker, singer Casey Donovan, health and wellness guru Simone, Olympian Lisa Curry, singer Ella Hooper, TV presenter Rachael Finch and Nadia Bartel.
The All New Monty: Ladies Night begins 7pm Sunday September 29 on Seven.