There were SHOCKS aplenty in tonight's Holby when Zosia Self dropped the bombshell on boss Jac Naylor that she's pregnant! Camilla Arfwedson tells us more
Holby City star Camilla Arfwedson spills the beans on Zosia's SHOCK pregnancy...
Well, we didn't see that coming, we can’t believe Zosia's pregnant! How is she feeling about it?
Camilla Arfwedson: "I think she feels conflicted about it. I think it's really thrown her and I think she's actually very distant from the pregnancy and is probably in denial about the whole thing. Which probably makes it quite easy for her to pretend that she’s completely normal because, in her head, she feels normal just wants to crack on with work."
Do you see Zosia as mummy material?
CA: "Zosia’s very much a career woman, I don’t think she ever set out to have children necessarily. Maybe Zosia isn’t a family woman, maybe she doesn’t necessarily want to have kids or be a mother, maybe she doesn’t want to be married, maybe she’s a very different breed of woman who wants to go and travel. It'll be quite interesting to play."
In next week's episode of Holby City, Zosia has a mystery visitor. What can you tell us about them?
CA: "Arlo is a dashing American who Zosia was working with in the States. He’s clearly quite in love with Zosia and wants her to come back to America with him. When he turns up, everyone will think it could potentially be his baby."
It turns out Arlo (Matt Rippy) may be one of several love interests Zosia had in the States…
CA: "Zosia’s still got that streak in her that says she can have affairs with men and treat them how she wants. When it comes to a relationship, no one will ever take Zosia's heart like Ollie did."
Arlo pleads for Zosia to come back to America, where there’s a job with her name on it. But is there something keeping her at Holby?
CA: "Zosia feels that, when she left Holby last time, some things were left untied. It seems Zosia’s return is motivated by a need to finally confront those things."
Holby City continues Tuesdays at 8pm on BBC1.
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