I haven’t seen any neg­a­tive re­ac­tion … It’s smooth un­til you break up a mar­riage

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“I feel so lucky be­cause I have some in­cred­i­bly tal­ented friends who are ac­tors and have worked ex­tremely hard to get over here to the US but haven’t been book­ing jobs.

I’ve signed to the show for three years, so I think I will be here for as long as I love it and for as long as they want me.

Ini­tially, Ivy was go­ing to be Amer­i­can, which I was ex­cited about. Then she was go­ing to be Aus­tralian, then English. Then they had another think and went back to her be­ing Aus­tralian. Neigh­bours was very in­tense, but with Bold the work­load varies. Some days it’s from 7.30am to 7pm.

It’s been the eas­i­est tran­si­tion for me to make be­cause I work with a beau­ti­ful group of peo­ple.

But there are times it isn’t easy work be­cause we are not robots and you can’t be ‘on’ all day, ev­ery day. Some days are much harder than oth­ers.

I’m mes­merised by the peo­ple here and how quickly they get the job done.

Like any­one, you will have days where you’re not feel­ing well and you’d rather sit at home in your track­suit pants.

But you’ve got to go to work, put the dress on, and make your­self feel good.

I’ve al­ready been to Monte Carlo and Paris for the show. I got a bit of time to my­self in Monte Carlo, which was in­cred­i­ble. Paris was a bit more in­tense be­cause we were shoot­ing so much.

Un­less I’m blind to it, I haven’t seen any neg­a­tive re­ac­tion to Ivy.

Fans of any long-run­ning show are go­ing to be pro­tec­tive of it.

It’s smooth un­til you break up a mar­riage or some­thing like that.

There are some stormy wa­ters ahead for Ivy. I don’t know if you could call it a love tri­an­gle … maybe a love square, or a hexagon.

I’m not sure what shape it will end up tak­ing.”



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