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'Doctor Who' star Camille Coduri: 'I don't expect return to show'

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Camille Coduri has suggested that a return to Doctor Who is very unlikely.

Coduri played Rose Tyler's (Billie Piper) mum Jackie in the first two series of Doctor Who and later returned for a series of guest appearances.

Asked about appearing in Doctor Who again by Gay Times, the actress said that she doesn't think there's a real need for Jackie to be visited by The Doctor again.

"I think that's done now. We've been back to say goodbye at least twice. You have to leave it in the past sometime really. And we left five years ago really, so it's quite a long time," Coduri explained.

The star added: "People have moved on. If anyone asked me, of course I would, brilliant. It would be a great story to go back, but I think it's done and I think we need to leave it where it is, really."

Jackie Tyler and daughter Rose were last seen being observed by the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) as he prepared to regenerate in the 2010 episode 'The End of Time, Part Two'.

This week, fellow Doctor Who star Freema Agyeman commented that she would love to return to the series for its 50th anniversary in 2013.

Doctor Who returns with a festive special which is expected to air on Christmas Day on BBC One in the UK and BBC America in the US, although an airdate has not yet been confirmed.

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Watch the Tenth Doctor say goodbye to the Tylers and other companions below:

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