So this is the big week for Sienna and Warren, how is Sienna feeling?

She’s excited about the wedding, but keeping the fact she still has cancer from Warren is getting more and more difficult. She’s getting pains, going to hospital appointments, as well as Kim living in the flat, so she’s trying her hardest to cover it up, but she still feels really guilty.

Grace catches Kim and Sienna in a lie, what do you think Grace would do if she found out about Sienna’s cancer?

Well, we’ve seen that Grace has actually developed feelings for Warren, so I think anything she could use against Sienna, she probably would. However, because of the nature of the secret maybe it would make her feel bad enough to leave it alone.

Sienna is still keeping secrets from Warren, do you think they will ever have an honest relationship?

No I don’t think so, it just doesn’t seem possible for them. There’s always been some sort of secret kept between them. I think before Sienna had been diagnosed with cancer, most things had been brought out into the open, other than the affair, and Sienna was willing to be honest with him, but the stakes are now too high with the babies and her refusal to have the treatment.

At this moment in time, is Sienna in love with Warren and ready to spend the rest of her life with him?

Yes, she is in love with him and does want to spend the rest of her life with him. She wants them to have a proper family unit, but obviously she is really worried about the cancer and if that gets any worse. No matter what way the cancer plays out for her, she still wants to have Warren by her side.

What is the ideal outcome for Sienna?

To have the babies and for them to be well and for her and Warren to be stable, so that then she’d know if anything bad did happen, the children would be well looked after.

How is Sienna dealing with the idea of her cancer getting worse during her pregnancy?

The pregnancy is the main concern at this point; if she wasn’t pregnant maybe she would have more concern for herself. She’s desperate for the twins not to be affected by the cancer and her whole reason for not having the chemo is because she’s worried that it would affect the babies.

What’s it like playing this serious storyline?

It’s very different. It’s something I have never done before and playing these scenes day in, day out is very sad. It’s such an important issue and I want to make sure I do a good job with my performance. However, when you talk to people that have been through similar things or want to raise awareness and they can relate to what you’re doing, it makes it very worthwhile.