Nadia captioned her post:“SWIPE ACROSS .. THE TWINNING IS [shocked emoji] IT’S COMING HOME .. #itscominghome #englandfootball"
Nadia endured a freak accident only days before her jubilant bikini snap, when a boiling a pan full of honey splashed all over her neck.
The star suffered painful injuries from the accident and went on to show fans the burn marks streaming down her neck.
Despite being proud to show off her quick recovery, only a couple of days after sharing the fabulous bikini shot, the presenter had a change of heart and removed it.
She was feeling particularly disappointed following the news that England players had received racist abuse after their loss to Italy, as she told fans she felt “sick to her stomach”.
Nadia explained that she was also horrified to watch the videos of desperate fans storming the barriers to gain entry into Wembley Stadium on game day.
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“This morning I deleted the picture of me larking about in a St George’s Cross bikini. I posted it on Sunday when I, like much of the country, was in a jubilant, festival feeling,” she told her thousands of followers in a three-minute video.
“A mood of ‘oh wow the country is pulling together and we’re all doing this thing together and football’s coming home’,” the curly-haired star continued. “And we’ve got the best team ever and the best manager ever, Gareth Southgate – what an incredible man he is – dignified, humble, egoless.
“Having never been a football fan, I was actually thinking ‘wow I might get into football and I’m really enjoying this, we’re all pulling together and being as one’.
“Well like so many of us I’ve just been sick to my stomach ever since Monday, I just can’t believe it. I can’t believe the way people have treated other people – the racism, the lawlessness.”
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Nadia went on to say watching the videos of Wembley “scared the s**t” out of her, and she fought back the tears as she became choked up with the intense emotions following the football match.
Going on to praise the England team and manager Gareth for their incredible efforts and doing the country proud, Nadia reiterated that she just didn’t feel her joyful photo was “appropriate” anymore.
“Some say it’s the hope that kills us, I say it’s the hope that makes us human and I think every day we have to hope that we will get better,” the star finished with a positive message.
“We will be better. What a f****r. What a horrible horrible end. Anyway, that’s why I took my stupid photo down. I didn’t want someone else making something else out of it.”