Actress Jodie Comer has admitted that she absolutely loves still living at her parent's Liverpool home at the age of 28.
The Killing Eve star currently lives with her family in their home in Childwall.
Unlike her on-screen character Villanelle in Killing Eve, who has no trouble moving regularly from place to place, Comer is a self-confessed homebird.
Speaking to The Times, she said: "I’d live with my mum and dad till I was old and grey if I could.
"(But) I’m definitely looking to move out. I recognise I need my own space and independence. I just don’t want to do it."
The star has also enjoyed the last 18 months living with her family in lockdown, much like many young people who found themselves moving back into the family home during the pandemic.
Comer has not yet been tempted by the bright lights of Hollywood or London following her rise to fame and has admitted she would be happy to live at home forever.
The Bafta and Emmy award-winning actress had not invited her close family to the ceremony which saw her win Outstanding Actress at the Emmys as she feared the panel would not appreciate the role.
Her career has sky-rocketed over the past few years and she has said the time spent with her family over lockdown has been enjoyable.
Comer added: "As much as I'd want to definitely be carrying on with (work), I've actually been able to come home, unpack like seven suitcases because I haven't been here, and I've thrown out so much rubbish.
"And, actually, to have a bit of stillness, and be stationary, I'm actually really kind of… I'm a bit embarrassed to say I'm kind of enjoying it."
Jodie stars in new emotional Channel 4 drama Help alongside Stephen Graham, which premiered last night.
The series tells the emotional story of a young worker named Sarah – played by Jodie comer – and her patient Tony – played by Stephen Graham – in a Liverpool care home called Bright Sky Homes.
As other care home workers struggle with Tony's harsh symptoms, Sarah forms a special bond with him instead.
Nevertheless, she is put to the test in “in horrific circumstances as the COVID-19 pandemic hits."
Help is now available for streaming on Channel 4’s All4 platform
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