The star performed Annie Palmer on the BBC cleaning soap, first popping up on our screens all the way in which again in 1997.
Whereas she wasn’t on screens for very lengthy, Annie made an impression on viewers, and had a steamy love affair with none aside from Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) – earlier than finally transferring to New Zealand.
Showing on Free Girls at this time, the 56-year-old teased that she will likely be popping again up in Walford.
And we completely want this to occur.
Chatting with her co-stars on at this time’s episode throughout a dialogue on accepting rising up, she mentioned: ‘I don’t suppose you must have a look at your self within the prime.
‘My sister despatched me a clip the opposite day, they’re replaying the EastEnders couple of years that I used to be in, and she despatched me a clip.
‘I used to be like, “Oh my God, I used to be so attractive”. I didn’t know I used to be attractive, actually tousled about it.’
As a scene performed out on display screen, she continued: ‘I used to be attractive and it depressed me. Have a look at how a lot I seem like my youngest!
‘It was like, I don’t wish to do not forget that as a result of I’m very accepting of the way in which I look and I really feel like I’m in my prime, after which I see what my prime was!
‘That is head of girls right here, who put that clip in, as a result of he’s beginning a marketing campaign to deliver me again to EastEnders. Do you know that? He’s!’
Sadly, Nadia stopped in need of revealing whether or not that will be a profitable marketing campaign – however we actually hope it’s.
Effectively, now that Phil is relationship Kat, might Annie be the one to separate them up?
Till Nadia makes a shock reappearance, you possibly can compensate for what her character is as much as as she is showing in basic EastEnders episodes, on the Drama Channel.
Free Girls continues on weekdays, at 12.30, on ITV.
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