Nadia Nadim, an ITV pundit, returned to the studio today to discuss her mother’s death in a road accident.
Nadia, 34 years old, disclosed that Hadima, 57, her mother had been to the gym before she died in order to watch the presenter’s coverage. World Cup.
Hadima was returning from the gym, having watched Nadia on TV, when she was struck by a Danish digger in Uldum, Denmark on 22 November.
Nadia, who left her World Cup coverage of the match between Denmark and Tunisia to learn of the fatal accident, marked her return to the ITV studio by paying tribute to her ‘strong and inspirational’ mother.
Nadia, 34 years old, disclosed that Hadima, 57, her mother had been to the gym before she died in order to watch the presenter’s coverage. World Cup
Hadima (pictured), was walking back to the gym from watching Nadia on TV when she was hit by a Danish digger in Uldum.
Nadia, who said on ITV today, “I want to make her proud. I know she wanted to be here,” and that Hadima, her mother had ‘raised me to be strong.”
Black blazer and top worn by the women’s football star said: “My mom unfortunately died last Tuesday, very unexpectedly, in a car accident. She I was inspired by her strength and she also inspired many people around me.
Speaking to ITV’s Laura Woodsy, Nadia added: ‘Obviously, I’m sad but on the other hand she raised us to be strong and this is how I show I’m strong. I want to make her proud. I know that she wanted me to be there.
‘I remember when the accident happened she had said she was going to go earlier to the gym so she could see the show so the reason I’m here is to make her proud.
“Obviously, my thoughts are on football and work.
Nadia was praised by both footballers and fans for her courageous return at ITV and for her emotional tribute and tribute to her mother.
Gemma Bonner is a professional footballer who plays for England’s women’s national football team. Nadia was called ‘incredible’ by Dr.
Bonner tweeted, “Incredible my friend,” after sharing footage from Nadia’s tribute. Your family and you have shown unbelievable strength during this difficult time. Nadia will make your mom proud.
Nadia, who left her World Cup coverage of the match between Tunisia and Denmark to find out about the fatal accident. Her return to ITV Studios today was marked by a tribute to her strong and inspiring mother
Nadia was praised by both footballers and fans for her courageous return at ITV and her emotional tributes to her mother.
ITV sports journalist Beth Fisher tweeted: ‘Goodness. Such strength.’
Molly Hudson, sports journalist, also stated that ITV Sport was kind enough to allow Nadia Nadim to discuss her mum’s death last Tuesday.
Leigh Moore, a football fan, also tweeted: It’s hard to express how much I respect Nadia for returning to ITV Football after the events of last week.
“How proud her mother must have been of the woman she raised. The saying goes that “tough times don’t last” but only tough people do.
Another fan tweeted: “The courage of Nadia Nadim, is amazing. You have my complete respect! Inspiration.’
Friday’s funeral service was held at Vestre Kirkegaard in Aarhus, Denmark.
Nadia, dressed in black and her hair pulled back in tight buns, was moved to tears as she paid tribute to Hadima.
Nadia was dressed in black and had her hair pulled back in tight buns at her mother’s funeral at Vestre Kirkegaard on Friday.
Nadia, who plays international for Denmark, attended the funeral of her mother on Friday
In the company of her friends and relatives, the former Manchester City forward choked back sobs while paying tribute to her mother.
Nadia exclaimed, “I love and will see you one day,” as her voice cracked with emotion.
She was distraught and shook her head. Her family embraced her and comforted her.
Nadia and her mother bravely fled Afghanistan when she was just 11, after going into hiding for three years when her Army general father was executed by the Taliban .
Nadia, who plays at international level for Denmark, sat on Friday alongside a portrait of her mother, while she accepted condolences and offered support from hundreds of mourners.
Nadia said, “I can’t speak now, I’m very sorry,” to a Kendte.dk journalist at the cemetery.
She revealed on Wednesday that ITV had stopped covering Denmark’s goalless draw against Tunisia because she learned that Hadima, her mother, was fatally injured by a digger in Uldum.
The former Manchester City forward was surrounded by family and friends during Friday’s funeral for her mother.
On Friday, Hadima Naidim’s funeral was attended by hundreds of people in Denmark.
ITV’s World Nadia Nadim, Cup pundit, has revealed the death of her mother after she was hit by a truck on her way to the gym. (Pictured – Nadia moments before she quits the ITV broadcast following the devastating news.
She She was believed to have died instantly when the driver failed to notice her as soon as she stepped onto the road.
Nadia, her mother and father fled Afghanistan at the age of 11 after she went into hiding for three-years when her Army general father was murdered by the Taliban.
Nadia posted a touching tribute to her mother on Instagram Wednesday. It was a touching tribute that she called a ‘warrior.’ She gave her life twice: first, when she gave birth, and then, when she sacrificed everything to provide her with a better life in Europe.
Ms. Nadim posted on Instagram, “Words can’t describe what I feel.” It was so unexpected and sudden that I lost the most important person of my life.
‘She It was only 57. She A warrior who had fought for every inch her life. She she didn’t just give life to me once, but twice, and all that I/we are because of her.
“I lost my home and I am certain that nothing will ever be the exact same.” Life is unfair. I don’t know why she behaves this way. I love you, and I will see again. She added: ‘Her Funeral is coming soon… Please come show her the love, respect, and prayers she deserves.
Nadia shared the sad news via her Instagram account on Wednesday (pictured).
The rising star (pictured alongside David Beckham) was the first female soccer player from Denmark to receive sponsorship by Nike in 2017, when she signed a brand ambassador contract with the company. The agreement was extended last year to include 2024.
Nadia, her mother and father fled Afghanistan at the age of 11 after she went into hiding for three-years when her Army General father (pictured) was killed by the Taliban.
Hadima, in addition to Nadia leaves four daughters, Giti Diana, Muskan, and Mujda.
Hamida moved to Uldum in 2018 after Nadia, together with her sister Giti, bought her a house to thank her for the support she had provided to the family.
ITV spokesperson said that they were ‘deeply saddened and shocked by this tragic news. According to the spokesman, ITV was ‘deeply shocked’ and’sadened’ by the news.
Ms. Nadim and her mother fled Afghanistan at the age of 11 when her father was killed by Taliban.
After watching a group of girls play it over a fence, they moved to Denmark and found football in a refugee camp. She Although he did not speak Danish or English, he was allowed to participate in their training.
She She joined the team in three months. Later, asylum was granted to her and her four siblings.
She was the first non-Danish-born member of the Danish senior national team in 2009 She Has played almost 100 games for the team.
Ms. Nadim was a January doctor and currently plays in the National Women’s Soccer League at the US for Racing Louisville FC. She While playing with Paris Saint German, he also won the French league title for the 2020-2021 season.
On the pitch, she is an unabashed ambassador for Unesco. She regularly speaks on panels regarding children’s education, sports, and other topics.
She Nike sponsored her as the first female Dane footballer. She has also worked with Hugo Boss, Visa, and many other brands.
Forbes named her as one of the most powerful women in international athletics in 2018