Tamzin Outhwaite has promised 'The Seagull' "will return" after the theatere production was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Tamzin Outhwaite

Tamzin Outhwaite

The former 'EastEnders' actress was due to join a star-studded cast for Jamie Lloyd's play from March 11th until May 30th before it was delayed, but she is adamant the show will resume once social distancing measures have lifted.

She wrote on her Instagram account: "Tonight would have been our final performance of 'The Seagull' @playhousetheatrelondon with this truly incredible cast.

"I felt so lucky to be a part of it . We will return with our leader @jamielloyd .... until then ... peace out"

Her comment comes after the 49-year-old star recently recalled experiencing a "sore throat" and "terrible headache" when the respiratory illness was first around in the UK, but she was never tested.

She said: "I did have symptoms in that first week. I think my partner did too.

"I had a sore throat, a terrible headache and I felt so lethargic. It was not like a normal flu. I didn't have any fever or chest pain. We didn't get tested but who knows. You also don't know if you are going to get it again."

What's more, Tamzin previously revealed 'Game of Thrones' actress Emilia Clarke - who is also part of the production - offered to read to her daughters to help with homeschooling.

She tweeted: "I'm a lucky one. I have @emiliaclarke offering to read stories to my girls, live!

"I have chef friends happy to drop off food. A boyfriend who is bleaching the house, and a whole heap of friends who are offering support but I'm still going slightly crazy!"

Despite this, Tamzin found her first day of homeschooling challenging.

Back in March, she tweeted: "I'm already at the end of my tether with home schooling and it's 10am."