Kate Beckinsale misses "Loose Women" now she lives in America.
The 45-year-old actress loves the lunch-time talk show so much she has tuned in to nearly "every episode", and she would love to go on a mini break with panellists Jane Moore or Nadia Sawalha.
Kate is quoted by The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column as saying: "You suddenly find that you've watched every episode. When you're away from home you find yourself being really committed.
"I'm always quite pleased when Katie Price is on but if I had to go on a mini break I'd probably go away with Jane Moore or Nadia Sawahla."
The "Underworld" star - who first started seeking work in American in 1998 - also admitted she misses English guys, because she thinks they have a "self-deprecating humour", and she finds men in the US to be too macho.
She said: "There's a kind of machismo in America.
"English men have a kind of self-deprecating humour and I think it's really healthy."
The brunette beauty recently revealed she keeps her father Richard Beckinsale's memory alive by watching his old sitcoms.
The "Total Recall" actress - whose famous father died aged 31 from a congenital heart defect when Kate was just five - says her mum Judy still has "a million videos" of him, and she loves showing her own daughter Lily clips from the likes of "Porridge" and "Rising Damp".
Kate recently said: "She has my father Richard Beckinsale's "This Is Your Life" book from his appearance on the show with Eamonn Andrews in 1977, which is really cool. That's a lovely thing to have. We also have like a million old video tapes, which we can't watch unless we find a video player. She's a pretty good custodian of all of that stuff.
"The sitcoms my dad was in are, of course, extremely important to me. It's also nice to show some of it to my daughter Lily."