Linda Robson has warned that she will not shy away from “hurting feelings” in her forthcoming book.
The Loose Women star said her tell-all memoir is set to ruffle feathers as she is “coming for” people who have wronged her.
She said: “I don’t care about the people not in my family, but I don’t want to upset anyone in my family.
“At the moment the book is called In All Honesty, which I think is really boring and on the back of the book there is going to be a picture of me with a zip over my mouth.
“A few people have annoyed me or upset me, they better watch out for themselves, because they’re in the book and I’m coming for them.”
The 65-year-old, who was chatting to her Loose Women co-star Kaye Adams on her podcast How To Be 60, made the revelation after rumours surfaced that Robson is feuding with her Birds of a Feather co-star Pauline Quirke.
The pair has been friends for over 50 years and have starred together in 12 series of the hit BBC and ITV show.
However, Quirke was absent from the Birds of a Feather special in 2020, which sparked the rift rumours.
Robson has denied the claims and previously told the Mirror: “People say Pauline and I have fallen out.
“Obviously I couldn’t see her during lockdown but I’ve seen her since. She just doesn’t want to act anymore. She’s had enough — it’s long hours.
“She’s concentrating on her drama academies. She’s very hands-on, going to classes and all that.”
She added: “During the lockdowns, I would leave funny things on her doorstep, like Tena Lady and hair dye.”
Despite the rumours, Robson, Quirke and their other Birds of a Feather co-star Lesley Joseph were seen dining together at The Delaunay restauarant in May last year.