SAIRA Khan has unfollowed Loose Women stars including Nadia Sawalha on Instagram – after admitting that she only "tolerated" some of her co-stars as she quit the show.
As well as Nadia, the 50-year-old star does not follow Jane Moore or Kaye Adams – with the same three women not following Saira on their respective Instagram accounts.
Despite this, Kaye and Jane still follow their former co-worker's skincare business, Saira Skin.
Meanwhile, Saira has remained a follower for other Loose Women stars – including Stacey Solomon, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, and Denise Welch.
The suspicious social media activity comes after the former Apprentice candidate admitted to only "tolerating" some of the Loose ladies behind the scenes.
She said: "You make friends with some people, you tolerate some people and some people who just have to do a job with.
"I'm not going to go into the nitty gritty there now. There are some friends, people I will be close to because we get each other.
"And there are some I really don't miss at all who I was just like: 'I just have to tolerate you to do the job.'
"You have to be professional about it. You can't pretend that everyone is going to be your best friend.
"Especially on a show where you have opinions, you're not going to tolerate everybody's opinion.
"That's fine, that's not a problem. You just do it with respect and you have to be be open minded."
Saira announced her departure from the ITV programme after five years earlier this month, and previously called on her co-stars to do the same.
In an interview, she refused to name names as she said some of the women's "time was up", having also since called for a more "diverse" line-up on the show.
Saira's decision to leave came just weeks after one of the show's main anchors – Andrea McLean – also bid farewell.
However, Saira also revealed she wouldn't be following in Andrea's footsteps by having a tearful goodbye on TV.
The businesswoman joined the panel in 2015, after shooting to fame on The Apprentice.
Writing in her column for The Mirror, Saira explained that she wanted to "assess her priorities" in the new year – triggering her decision to leave.
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