Helen Flanagan says she will "definitely" return to "Coronation Street" - it's just a matter of "when and how".
The 28-year-old star - who has played Rosie Webster on the soap on and off since 2000 - went on maternity leave in June last year, but she has insisted her alter-ego will make a cobbles comeback at some point, despite being "settled" in her Glasgow home, 200 miles away from the show's Manchester-based set.
Helen - who has kids Matilda, three, and seven-month-old Delilah with footballer fiance Scott Sinclair, who plays for Scottish club Celtic - said: "With Scott's job we're settled in Glasgow at the moment but I'd love to go back to "Coronation Street".
"It's just a matter of when and how I work it.
"I miss everyone so much I definitely will go back. It's just when that will be."
Helen caught up with several of her "Corrie" co-stars last month at the National TV Awards, and she was even able to introduce Delilah to some of them the morning after.
She added to the Sunday People newspaper: "We all share parenting tips in the green room at "Corrie". It's such a family atmosphere.
"I went to the National Television Awards the other week, which was fab.
"It was really fun to get glammed up again and to feel nice in my dress. I took Delilah too - my best friend looked after her while I went to the awards.
"All my old "Corrie" mates got to meet her at breakfast."
The former "Celebrity Super Spa" star and the ex-Aston Villa footballer revealed they were engaged last May, and Helen has since said she would love to get married so she can share the same surname as her daughters.
She said: "For me, it's just important to get married as I want to have the same last name as the girls."