Megan, 24, will make her TV debut as Irish student midwife Nancy Corrigan next month.
She says that a key reason for landing the role is that she can handle a bike – something she hadn’t attempted for more than a decade.
She says: “My agent rang and she was like, ‘Can you ride a bike? Can you ride a bike?’ That’s all she said.
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