holly star Glynis Barber has revealed how a flashy new accessory was almost destroyed.
In recent episodes, Barber’s character, Norma Crow, has added her own designer touch to her son Warren Fox’s condo in the form of a huge oil portrait of the Fox-Crow family.
Speaking of the painting, Barber said that the production had considered destroying the artwork which is based on a photograph of the actors.
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“It’s great, isn’t it?” hairdresser said inner soap. “We posed for a photograph and then they made a painting out of it. She’s so Norma and it sums up her ego and sense of status, she’s there to show the world who you are.”
“It makes her look important, which is a big thing in Norma’s world. There was talk of destroying it, but I was really happy when they decided not to. I think it should be featured a lot more.”
In Friday’s (March 17) First Look episode, Norma was involved in a car accident after trying kidnap Warren’s childrenand her grandchildren, Sophie and Sebastian from her mother Sienna.
Posing it as a trip to a safari park, Norma planned to kidnap the twins and take them to Honduras for a fresh start away from town.
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When Sophie realized that she had left her beloved toy behind, Warren turned the car around. Realizing they were back in town, Norma grabbed the wheel and caused the car to crash.
Asked if Norma will survive the crash, Barber said the outcome is up to her son, who will decide if he wants to save her after she dies. latest evil plan.
“Warren has to decide whether to save her or walk away. Even if he does, it could damage his relationship with his mother. I think it would make things very difficult.”
holly airs first on All 4, with new episodes dropping every weekday morning. The program is broadcast from Monday to Friday at 6:30 pm on Channel 4 and at 7 pm on E4.
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