Speaking about retiring, the 65-year-old mum of four said she couldn’t “think of anything worse” and that she would be “bored out of my mind”. She then went on to reveal that a role in EastEnders would appeal to her.
“One of the producers came up to me recently and asked why I’d never been on the show. ‘Because you ain’t f***ing asked me!’ I told him.
“And he said they would have do to something about that. So you never know! I think I’d be quite good on there, don’t you?” She told She told the Daily Mail on Sunday.
Long before she was a Loose Women, Linda enjoyed a successful acting career. She was a child star who first Robson first appeared on screen at the age of 12 in the 1970 film Junket 89.
She first came to public prominence playing Maggie Moon in the comedy-drama Shine on Harvey Moon from 1982 to 1985.
However, she is best known for playing Tracey in the BBC sitcom Birds of a Feather from 1989 to 1998, starring alongside Pauline Quirke and Lesley Joseph.
She reprised the role for a revival that ran on ITV from 2014 to 2020.
However, in recent years she has become better known for her work on the daytime show Loose Women.
She made her debut as a guest panellist on 19 August 2003, appearing alongside Kaye Adams, Carol McGiffin and Terri Dwyer.
After more guest panel stints she became a regular panellist on 19 June 2012, replacing Jenny Eclair.
She generally appears on the panel a couple of times a week.
Loose Women is on ITV on weekdays at 12.30pm.