Stephen Tompkinson speaks out on if he still talks to Wild At Heart co-star ...

Stephen Tompkinson, 54, has told how it’s always a “nostalgic” occasion when he bumps into former Wild at Heart co-star Amanda Holden. The show first aired in 2006 and spanned an astonishing seven years after that, until it’s final episode in 2013.

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It’s certainly a bit of nostalgia

Stephen Tompkinson

The ITV show, which was filmed and set in South Africa, saw Stephen take on the role of a veterinarian who travels with his family across the world in a bid to help release an animal back into the wild, but ends up falling in love with the country and living there for good. 

In an exclusive interview with, the English actor revealed he frequently bumps into the Britain’s Got Talent judge at red-carpet events.

He said: "We bump into each other now and again, it’s always nice to see her. It’s certainly a bit of nostalgia when I see her.”

Stephen added that he is very much open to returning to the hit show in the future.

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Stephen previously worked with Amanda on Wild at HeartStephen previously worked with Amanda on Wild at Heart (Image: GETTY)

Stephen previously worked with Amanda on Wild at HeartStephen is now staring in Educating Rita (Image: GETTY)

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“Any excuse to do another series, to go back to South Africa, it was a very special time to be so close to those incredible animals,” he added. 

Stephen also told how he recently made the decision to cut alcohol out of his life as a result of feeling “really sluggish”.

He explained: “I suppose it was a move for my health. It just used to make me feel really sluggish and I prefer to be on top of things a bit more. 

“I’ve definitely

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