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af­ter get­ting her mar­riage back on track, pete’s wife is em­brac­ing life as a ma­ture stu­dent but storm clouds are gath­er­ing…

‘This se­ries feels re­freshed, as it’s more of a nod to where we were. I think it’s the strongest we’ve seen, with more life and tears and laugh­ter.

‘Pete and Jen have still got Jen’s mum, Bar­bara [Marji Campi], liv­ing with them but their mar­riage is in a good place. There are hic­cups, though, that side­line Jen’s path in terms of her ed­u­ca­tion.

‘It’s to do with a big health sto­ry­line and be­cause the group’s so close, that has a rip­ple ef­fect. It’s chal­leng­ing and Jenny strug­gles with things, but we’re un­pick­ing it in a del­i­cate way and it is go­ing to be funny, scary and hon­est. Peo­ple don’t re­act as you’d nec­es­sar­ily ex­pect.

‘But it’s not all doom and gloom; there’s some Cold Feet fun, too, when we go to a fes­ti­val where lit­tle adam [Jenny and Pete’s son, played by Jack Harper] plays in a band. It was pour­ing with rain when we were film­ing in the woods, but with the help of some sturdy wellies,

we got through it!’

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