Saira’s daughter Amara joins her mom on Unfastened Girls (Image: S Meddle/ITV/REX)
In 2015, Saira, 50, turned an everyday panellist on the ITV discuss present.
However in a brand new column written for The Mirror, she says it’s time for her to go off on new ventures in her life.
‘After 5 years of being an everyday panellist, I’ve determined to surrender my seat to a different girl who will profit from the platform as I did,’ she wrote.
‘I really feel like I’m graduating from the College of Unfastened, however I’ve received my diploma now and I’m off to pursue levels in different life experiences.’
Saira defined that whereas it was ‘tough’ deciding to go away the TV programme, ‘while you really feel there may be nothing left to share on a present that’s all about sharing, it’s time to bow out’.
Saira Khan attends London Night Normal’s Progress 1000: London’s Most Influential Individuals occasion at on October 19 2017 (Image: John Phillips/Getty Pictures)
She acknowledged that she believes she has demonstrated she is an ‘opinionated, sturdy girl’, however now needs to give attention to different facets of her profession.
In her column, Saira stated that over the course of the previous yr, she – in addition to many others – ‘have rediscovered the significance of placing our lives into perspective’.
The previous contestant of The Apprentice acknowledged that the pandemic has prompted her to ‘assess my priorities, values and the way I need to transfer ahead with my life’.
After ending as a runner-up on The Apprentice in 2005, Saira went on to current The Martin Lewis Cash Present and to hitch the panel of Unfastened Girls.
She and her husband Steve Hyde have a son referred to as Zacariah and a daughter referred to as Amara, who the couple adopted from Pakistan.