The British schoolgirl, who ran away to join the extremist group when she was 15, says she always asks for the channel to be changed when she sees the topic being discussed.
Begum, 19, told the Times: Brexit: it goes on and on without end.
Its so boring now that I ask the sisters to flick on to the cartoon channel just to get away from it.
Begum was speaking for the first time since the death of her third baby in March.
Her son, Jarrah, died on March 8 aged three weeks and was buried in an unmarked grave on the outskirts of the al-Hol camp, in Syria.
Begum also claimed she had appeared to be remorseless during her pregnancy because she was being threatened by extremists in her former camp al-Hawl.
The teenager said she regretted everything and wanted a second chance after being moved to al-Hol out of concern for her safety.
She added: Anything I said against Dawlah (IS), they would immediately attack me, so I was afraid of that.
She claimed she had left London for Syria as a 15-year-old believing everything that I had been told, while knowing little about the truths of my religion.
Begum married Dutch fighter Yago Riedijk and the pair fled the caliphate as its last bastion in Baghuz, in Syria, crumbled earlier thiRead More – Source