Victoria star Jenna Coleman has teased that she'd be up for making a fourth series of the ITV period drama, which sees her play famous monarch Queen Victoria.
Speaking to Tatler, the actress revealed that she thinks there are plenty more stories to tell about Victoria, with the show's third series ending with Victoria having given birth to her seventh child and her husband Prince Albert (Tom Hughes) collapsing while talking to her.
That means that Jenna's Victoria still has two children to have to catch up with the real-life Queen Victoria, not to mention the fact that Albert is still alive.
The real Albert's death in 1861 affected Victoria deeply as she was plunged into mourning but she continued to serve as monarch for another 40 years until her death in 1901.
Jenna revealed that she'd like to explore Victoria's later life on screen but said that the time might not be right for her to act it out just yet.
"There may be another series," she said. "I'm waiting until I age a bit more. There's too much of a good story (to stop making the show)."
Jenna confirmed last year that Victoria was taking a "bit of a breather" after its third series while producers decided where to take the story next, adding that recasting could potentially be an option to keep the show realistic.
Writer Daisy Goodwin has teased that the fourth series will be "an absolute humdinger" when it does make it to screen, revealing that she's already been working on it.
Jenna, who played companion Clara Oswald in Doctor Who, also told Tatler about her desire to have children one day, addressing the difficulties of balancing having a family with maintaining a successful career.
"I mean, how on earth you manage it in this industry, I have no idea," she said. "Hopefully that will maybe be faced sometime soon: sets with more crèches for children, things like that.
"I can't quite comprehend how that would possibly work, but I would definitely like children one day."
Victoria airs on ITV.
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