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Sarah Parish said she’d love Mistresses to be back on our tellyboxes (Picture: REX/Shutterstock)

Actress Sarah Parish has said she wants hit show Mistresses to come back for more episodes – after the success of Cold Feet.

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The British comedy-drama returned to our screens after a 13-year break and the revival was such a success it was renewed for a second season.

And now Sarah Parish says the same could happen to the BBC One drama that aired nearly ten years ago.

Sarah, who played cheating wife Katie Roden in the drama, says she still gets recognised for the role.

She said: ‘They love Mistresses! It was just fun and I think it just resonated with a lot of women but also I used to go to the butchers on a Saturday, massive great big burly butchers, and they loved Mistresses!’

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 30: Sarah Parish attends the annual Collars & Coats Gala Ball in aid of The Battersea Dogs & Cats home at Battersea Evolution on October 30, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)
The actress hoped a reunion could be a smash like the comeback of Cold Feet (Picture: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)

The 48-year-old appeared alongside Sharon Small, Shelley Conn and Orla Brady in the drama about four female friends and their complex relationships.

But when Sarah was asked whether fans could get excited about a possible reunion, she didn’t rule one out.

She said: ‘I’d love to do it again. I’m going out with the girls actually, because we all still see each other. Oh God, it would be amazing.’

‘I think they could come back. Cold Feet has just come back so maybe it could be a three-parter.’

Where did we leave the Cold Feet gang all those years ago? (Picture: ITV)
The Cold Feet gang reunited after 13 years off our screens (Picture: ITV)

But in the meantime, Sarah will be appearing on the small screen for the much anticipated third series of Broadchurch.

And the Yeovil-born actress will be able to use her ‘home’ accent for the first time in the Dorset-set drama.

She said: ‘I’ve never got to use my accent so when I got an audition for this I had quite a problem finding it again because I haven’t really spoken like that for a long time.

‘I moved to London when I was 17 and went to drama school when I was 19, and I think by the time I’d gone to drama school I didn’t speak like that.

‘It was only a little burr, it’s just a little bit different.’

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Sarah’s next role is in the much anticipated third series of Broadchurch (Picture: ITV)

Broadchurch returns to ITV at 9pm on February 27.

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