Linda Robson said she would 'happily' take a migrant family into her home on Thursday's Loose Women - after 27 migrants were killed crossing the Channel on Wednesday.
The panel were debating the topic 'what's the solution to the migrant crisis?' after a 'frail' dinghy deflated just off Calais killing 27 people on board who were crossing the Channel to Britain.
Linda, 63, said: 'There must be lots of people like me, my children have moved out and I'm going to have room in my house.
Tragedy: Linda Robson said she would 'happily' take a migrant family into her home on Thursday's Loose Women - after 27 migrants were killed crossing the Channel on Wednesday
'I would quite happily take a family in. A family that has children the same age as my grandchildren. They can grow up together, maybe get them into their school.'
In July Linda also stated how she would love to give migrants a home in the UK saying: 'My heart goes out to them.’
'I was in Paris a few years ago and I’d never really thought about migrants or immigrants or anything, and I saw on a roundabout there, hundreds of families with their children in little tents, makeshift tents.
'And the kids were holding their hands out to us to give them money and it just broke my heart.
Horrifying: This is the first picture of the flimsy and dangerous dinghy that sank off Calais yesterday, killing 27 people including five women, some of them pregnant, and three children
‘Everywhere you go in Islington, there’s signs saying, “Migrants welcome” and that’s what I’d like to say. My kids will be moving out soon – Louis and Bobbie, they’ll be going – so all that will be left in my house is me and my husband.
‘He don’t know I’m gonna say this on telly today but I would welcome a family into my house. We’ll have the space once the kids have gone. And I’d love it.’
Elsewhere in the chat Linda discussed her miscarriage which happened at the height of her fame in Birds Of A Feather and had two children.