Stephanie Davis is in 'talks' for TV return
Stephanie Davis has admitted she could make a return to television in the near future
Stephanie Davis in "talks" about a television return.
The 24-year-old actress - who was known for portraying Sinead O'Connor in 'Hollyoaks' until she was sacked by the channel for allegedly turning up to set drunk in 2015 - could be about to make an explosive return to acting following a series of meetings recently.
She explained: "I'm in talks about things at the moment and I've got some really good projects coming up for mums and mums-to-be. It's going to be a good year."
The brunette beauty also did 'Celebrity Big Brother' in January last year - during which time she met her boyfriend Jeremy McConnell - and has admitted she's open to the idea of doing something similar but only it fits around her seven-week-old son Caben-Albi.
She said: "Never say never. We're talking about things but I've got Caben to think about."
Stephanie only welcomed her little one into the world less than two months ago but already feels like a changed woman because she created such a beautiful being.
Speaking to Star magazine, she said: "I know this sounds funny but I pushed the baby out and I feel like a superhero. I thought: 'Yes I am a woman and I did carry that baby for nine months.' I felt brilliant ...
"I'm proud of my body but it's obviously not the way it was before. My tummy is a bit flabby and my boobies have got stretch marks and gone saggy."
And Stephanie is finding motherhood relatively easy because Caben is so "placid."
She added: "I'm very content. Having a baby changes you completely. Caben has completed my life. He's everything I wanted and more.
"I'm just in a good place at the moment. I'm really, really, happy. He smiles now and he's really strong. He's always pushing up on his legs and he rolls over on to his sides already. He's such a placid baby. He really is just a little joy."