Chatting to This Morning on Wednesday, Nadia explained why she's not ashamed to admit that unless a potential husband can boast seven figures in his bank account, she doesn't waste her time.
"I had enough of dating deadbeat guys, and I like nice things," she happily tells Eamonn and Ruth.
"I'm not the type of girl that will settle for the middle, if I'm going to do it, let's do it!"
Nadia grew up into a wealthy family that lost all their money in the 1990s. She said she has grown up rich and she has grown up poor and she knows which one she prefers.
But what do her parents think of her quest to find a millionaire husband?
"What parent wouldn't like their daughter to come home and say: "I'm getting married and he's a millionaire!" she said.
And Nadia's parents needn't worry that she will end up in a loveless marriage, as she believes "it doesn't have to be an either/or situation".
"I genuinely think you can have both," she said.
"If It was just about the money, believe me I'd be married, I'd have a massive rock, I'd be working it. But I'm not married therefore I'm not just looking for the guy with money. I want the fairy tale, I want butterflies."
Nadia said she has perfected the art of bagging a rich guy and knows all the hotspots a woman can find her wealthy man.
She explained: "Millionaires don't really hang out in the local pub, so you need to go to the nice places. Anywhere in (London's) Mayfair, I live in Chelsea, anywhere down the Kings Road is nice.
"You've got to go to things like the polo, Ascott, rugby, just go where the guys go. If you go to your local pub every Friday night it's not going to happen.
"And I believe that image is everything and if you want to be someone's wife, you need to dress accordingly, just like if you're just looking for a one-night stand - dress accordingly.
"Not too much boobs, not too much leg, just respectful, classy."
An intrigued Ruth asked the 32-year-old what she would do if she left the This Morning studio and bumped into a really nice guy who she fell in love with, but he was a car mechanic who only earned £15,000 a year.
"I'm being honest, it wouldn't get to that stage...
"I like my guys wealthy because I love it when a guy walks into the room and the whole room stops and he just has that aura and charisma."