Saira grew to become a daily panellist in 2015 (Image: ITV/REX)
Free Girls star Saira Khan needs her spot on the panel to go to a homosexual, transgender or non-binary star after she give up the programme.
Saira introduced on Saturday that she is leaving the ITV show after 5 years.
The 50-year-old feels she is ‘graduating from the College of Free’ and now needs to ‘pursue levels in different life experiences’.
Sharing her determination on Instagram, the TV star added her hope that she is changed by somebody who ‘will assist the present to be extra reflective of the world we stay in.’
In a message to her followers the mum-of-two mentioned: ‘I’ll miss the good ladies who’ve grow to be my very shut pals. I really feel honoured and privileged to have sat alongside them and learnt from them.
‘I depart the present feeling I’ve handled the luggage and now can take pleasure in shifting ahead to develop and luxuriate in new life alternatives, which incorporates rising my skincare enterprise @sairaskinuk and exploring different Media initiatives.
‘I’d love my @loosewomen seat to be given to both a homosexual, transgender or non binary individual – that may assist the present to be extra reflective of the world we stay in. That’s what I might do if I used to be in cost.’
Saira added that she is making a clear break and won’t be returning to the present for a ship off episode as ‘I don’t like formal goodbyes’.
She concluded: ‘@loosewomen it was an honour and a privilege to be a part of this iconic present of robust, gifted, feisty, trustworthy, opinionated , caring, loving ladies. Thanks for the alternatives and eternal friendship and recollections.
‘Thanks to the wonderful viewers who’ve watched and supported me, and now comply with me right here. You’ve got given me a lot love and self esteem, greater than you’ll ever know. Thanks from the underside of my coronary heart. You’ve helped form me, to grow to be the girl I wish to be, shifting ahead.’
Saira, who was runner-up on The Apprentice in 2005, grew to become a daily Free Girls panellist in 2015.
Her departure comes after anchor Andrea McLean quit the daytime programme in November after 13 years.