Helen Flanagan wants to return to Coronation Street
Helen Flanagan would like to reprise her role in 'Coronation Street' for a few episodes but nothing "permanent"
Helen Flanagan would like to return to 'Coronation Street' for a few episodes - but nothing too permanent.
The 25-year-old-actress hasn't been seen on the cobbled streets since her exit four years ago and she's desperate to reprise her role as Rosie Webster - a role she played for 12 years - but she doesn't want to agree to anything too long-term because she doesn't want to spend too much time away from her 13-month-old daughter Matilda.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Wednesday (27.07.16), the brunette beauty said: "I would absolutely love to go back to Corrie but I'd like to do a few episodes, I wouldn't like to do anything permanently, you know with Matilda, because I like being at home with her. I think I would really miss that time and I wouldn't really want a nanny...
"Just do a little bit of work because I think that's good for yourself as well [to have other things]. It's nice to have a bit of balance and do things for yourself."
However, it seems the soap may need to wait a little longer to get Helen back as she's trying to fall pregnant with her and her boyfriend Scott Sinclair's second child.
She explained: "[My life has changed] massively but completely for the better, I'm absolutely in my element being a mum. I just love it so much, I really, really do.
"I was speaking to my boyfriend about it [having another child], and was like maybe around Christmas we'll try for another and then we'll know. Maybe wait 'til she's two and now it's 'maybe we'll wait 'til she's three' but it is full on, I don't think you realise until you become a mum yourself."