It's been a decade since Jenna Coleman made her Doctor Who debut as companion Clara Oswald – and now, the star has explained how the show "never leaves you".
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Coleman was asked if she still keeps up to date with things in the Whoniverse and whether she was excited about incoming Doctor Ncuti Gatwa.
"Yeah, very excited," was her response. "And obviously to see Russell T Davies back at the helm.
"I still speak to Matt [Smith] and Peter [Capaldi]," she added. "I got a really nice message from Steven [Moffat] the other day saying it was 10 years since I’d been on [Doctor Who], which was terrifying.
"But yeah, it’s very much like a family. I feel like it’s one of those jobs that never leaves you."
Although Coleman is not one of the stars returning in the upcoming centenary or 60th anniversary specials, earlier this year she teased that she could reprise her role as Clara somewhere down the line.
"It could happen in the future, who knows?" she told Best magazine. "I think, at least for a good while, Clara is probably broken down somewhere in time and space, trying to understand how to work a TARDIS!"
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