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    We have to have a Christms special to know about Gavin and Stacy's baby.

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    MUCH-LOVED comedy Gavin & Stacey WILL return, its co-writer Ruth Jones has confirmed.

    A one-off special is being planned - giving viewers the chance to see how life turned out for the lovestruck couple.

    Star couple ... Mat Horne and Joanna Page play Gavin and Stacey
    Star couple ... Mat Horne and Joanna Page play Gavin and Stacey

    Actress Ruth, who co-wrote the show with James Corden, revealed the comeback to fans in Barry, South Wales.

    She said: "It looks like there will be a Gavin & Stacey special some time in the future. It will show how things worked out for Gavin and Stacey - and for Nessa and Smithy."

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    The last episode, screened in January, showed Ruth and James who play Nessa and Smithy, happily sitting on the seafront in Barry with their baby son Neil.

    Alongside them were Essex boy Gavin and Welsh wife Stacey, played by Mat Horne and Joanna Page.

    Ruth, 43, and Corden ruled out making another series of the Bafta-winning comedy.

    But half a million fans signed a Facebook petition to production company Baby Cow, calling for its return.

    An company insider said: "There are no plans for a new series but talks about a one-off special - perhaps for Christmas next year - are well under way.

    Rob Brydon, who played Uncle Bryn, also raised the idea of a comeback.

    Speaking at a charity event in Swansea at the weekend, he said: "There may be a special one day - it's being talked about."

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    Margaret John, best known for her role as straight-talking pensioner Doris in Gavin And Stacey, has died aged 84.

    Her agent Gemma McAvoy said the Swansea-born actress died in the early hours of this morning in a hospital in the city after suffering a short illness.

    She said: "Her career spanned 60 years and she did everything from film to television, radio and some amazing theatre roles.

    "She used to say how she started playing lots of tragic roles and it was only later people recognised her great sense of humour.

    "She had the most infectious love of life and an incredible sense of humour, and that is why people felt so warmly towards her.

    "She felt like a friend to us all and not just a colleague and she will be sadly missed."

    Margaret, a widow with no children, had a lengthy career that included appearances in the long-running Welsh series High Hopes and the forthcoming HBO show Game Of Thrones.

    Her Gavin And Stacey co-star James Corden paid tribute to her on Twitter, writing: "All my thoughts are with the family of Margaret John who played Doris in G and S. A great actress and an incredible lady. She will be missed x."

    BBC Cymru Wales director Menna Richards said Margaret was "a true Welsh national treasure".

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    RIP Margaret John <3

    She'll be missed, what an actress!

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    Enjoyable Christmas return now more in a series 4

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