On taking on the role, she said: "I’m suddenly the coolest mum in the whole school!
My character is a crazy, insane woman, and I do love playing those types of characters."It is so nice to be with such a young and enthusiastic cast – there’s something quite charming about that.
When asked when she was going to walk down the aisle, Laila laughed: "No, not yet. ’ I just say, ‘I don’t know…'"The brunette beauty continued: "It’s definitely not something that will happen in the near future, no."Laila, who has a nine-year-old daughter, Inez, with ex Nasir Khan, went on to admit that she would no longer be interested in reprising her role as Bollywood star Amber Gates if Footballers' Wives ever returned.
She commented: "People always ask me, ‘When is it coming back?
Speaking exclusively to uk, the 45-year-old opened up about her lack of marriage plans with the snooker player, 40, a Footballers' Wives reboot as well as her new Disney series, The Lodge.
I was shown around Ronnie's house by his father, who told his son about meeting me.
Ronnie called the estate agent, a friend of mine, and asked me out via her," reveals the actress, who found nationwide fame as glamorous Amber Gates in ITV's Footballers Wives.
I look back at it with a big smile on my face," she added.
Meanwhile, Laila is now focusing on her latest project for Disney, in which she plays pushy parent Olivia in live-action musical The Lodge.
I'm so proud of him and think he's very capable of handling his depression these days.