Soap & Spoilers EastEnders Patsy Kensit, an EastEnders actor, addresses Emma’s future and affirms her “cruel” nature.

Patsy Kensit, an EastEnders actor, addresses Emma’s future and affirms her “cruel” nature.

As she gets ready for her most recent EastEnders return, Patsy Kensit has acknowledged that Emma Harding is a “flight risk.”

The 55-year-old actor will return to Albert Square for several episodes as Lola Pearce’s (Danielle Harold) estranged mother shows up to cause more mayhem after generating controversy when she invaded the serial earlier this year in the wake of her daughter’s cancer diagnosis.

Her propensity to drop in and out whenever she pleased caused problems for Lola and her daughter Lexi (Isabella Brown), and their family was not pleased.

After losing her mother, Lexi is beginning to reclaim some semblance of normalcy, but Patsy’s persona comes back for another appearance.

On Monday’s broadcast of This Morning, the actress acknowledged that “Emma is a flight risk.” She will tell this person everything she is saying, believe it, and then leave the room.

She continued, “It’s cruel.”

As Emma, Patsy Kensit is returning. (Image: Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron for the BBC)

Patsy, who made her acting debut in January, has been itching to come back and has called working on the BBC serial opera her “dream job.”

She grinned and said, “I’m a superfan, it really is a dream come true,” adding that she had discussed the possibility with her agency. That was really at the top of the list. It became obvious.

Patsy is willing to make a second appearance (Photo credit: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

It was only going to be a brief visit, but then they invited me to return, she recounted. I went in and out, and it was wonderful.

When it comes to the future, Patsy was questioned if there will be any other appearances after this week. She is certainly interested, but she is keeping her options open.

It’s up to the talented writers, though I sincerely hope it will be. A truly fantastic character has been written, she said. It’s fascinating enough to keep me interested. I am able to communicate with individuals in ways that I could never in real life.

Who knows? she mocked. But being there has been a privilege, and I have enjoyed every second of it.

ITV 1 broadcasts This Morning at 10 a.m. on weekdays.

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