Celebs in lockdown: Innocent Sadiki is cooking, baking and praying

Innocent Sadiki (PHOTO: Inno Sadiki/Instagram)
Innocent Sadiki (PHOTO: Inno Sadiki/Instagram)

Just like her twin sister, Millicent Mashile, Innocent Sadiki has been having pretty late mornings during the national lockdown.

Between making sure her family has the tastiest meals, and feeding her spiritual life, this mother-of-two has managed to stay productive.

We caught up with the Skeem Saam actress to find out what a lockdown day in her life looks like.

What time do you wake up?

I wake up after 10am every day. The latest I have ever woken up is 11am and I was totally embarrassed.”

What’s the first thing you do after waking up?

I brush my teeth, shower, make my husband and kids a full breakfast”.

What do you do for breakfast, lunch and supper every day?

For breakfast, we like bacon, avocado, hash-brown, chips, cheese, eggs and toasted bread. Lunch, we snack on Simbas, nuts and fruits. And for supper, we like butter chicken and roti, oxtail and dumplings, spaghetti and mince, fish and vegetables, curry and rice and much more.

Are you eating more or still controlling your diet?

We’re definitely eating more but trying to cut on the portions. We also don't eat lunch because we eat breakfast so late.  So, it’s two full meals and a snack.

What do you do between meals?

I shoot for my YouTube channel, read spiritual books and the Bible. I also do school activities and work with my kids. I do workout as well. Cook and bake a whole lot too! Then I play and spend quality time with my family.

What’s on your watchlist?

Netflix, YouTube and DStv.

Around what time do you get to bed?

After my prayer time at midnight.

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