Linda Robson has spoken out on Loose Women feud rumours and revealed that the panel 'meet up with each other all the time'.
The 63 year old TV actress and former Birds of a Feather star first joined the ITV lunchtime show back in 2012 and has worked with fellow panellists Nadia Sawalha, Jane Moore, Kaye Adams, Janet Street-Porter for years.
While the group sometimes enter into lively live debates, Linda has revealed there is no bad blood away from the cameras.
Breaking her silence on the rumours, the TV personality told The Mirror: "Just because it's a women's show people always ask, 'Do we get on?' We do get on.
"They wouldn't ask that of a man about a men's show, would they?
"We all meet up with each other all the time."
The star went on to refer to her close friendship with journalist Janet, 75, as she told the publication that her co-star rang her every day when she was off the show poorly.
She joked that while people can be a "bit scared" of the broadcaster, she's actually a "pussycat" and incredibly caring.
Meanwhile the devastating loss of Brenda Edwards' son Jamal Edwards, who sadly suffered a heart attack at the age of 31, recently proved how much of a tight-knit family the panellists are.
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The day after it was announced that Jamal had died, Charlene White and Judi Love held back their tears as they told viewers they'd gone to Brenda's house the night before to support her.
Sharing she'd also been to visit the 53 year old mum of two, Linda admitted she doesn't think Brenda knows what has "hit her yet".
It comes as the rest of the cast also opened up on what it's like to be a part of Loose Women to OK! recently.
Newsreader Charlene, 41, assured that the entire cast are incredibly supportive of each other too.
"The programme wouldn’t work otherwise," she said. "If we spent our entire time bitching and sniping at each other, or trying to have one over on each other, the show wouldn’t work."
Loose Women continues at lunchtime every day at 12.30pm on ITV.
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