Page: No Hollywood plans for me

Salisbury Journal: Joanna Page said she adores her pet pooch, Daisy Joanna Page said she adores her pet pooch, Daisy

Joanna Page has revealed she's not looking to make it big in the US - because she couldn't bear leaving her dog behind.

The Gavin And Stacey actress, who recently revealed she is expecting her first child with her actor husband James Thornton, has been proud owner of Jack Russell Daisy for 12 years.

When asked if she'd like to crack Hollywood, Joanna said: "I wouldn't want to leave Daisy. I'd have to get her a passport, and I'd have to go out on the boat with her because I wouldn't ever put her in a plane. So at the moment, no, we're happy in the countryside."

The actress - who is fronting Pedigree's Wet Nose Week from October 8 to 14 - added: "I absolutely adore Daisy, she's been with me for twelve years, we've been through all sorts together in London."

The mum-to-be has said she's got "absolutely nothing" coming up on her work schedule.

"I've just got the film Nativity 2 coming out. I never, ever know what I'm doing next. I've got lots of meetings and stuff and my agent phoning me, but I've got no idea what I'm doing next. That's why I love being an actress, there's always someone new and exciting and different."

Joanna revealed she would like to work with Gavin And Stacey co-star Ruth Jones again, but warned there would be giggles.

"I know her so well now I'm not sure we could get through anything without laughing," she confessed.

"When I first met her and I didn't know her that well we could film together quite easily, but now, and it's the same with James my husband, you know when you know someone so well and they say lines to you, you think, 'Why are you speaking to me like that', because I know them so well. I'd probably just giggle all the time."

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