PRESENTER Sheana Keane has opened up about her return to TV for the first time in four years, admitting she is not sure if it is still for her.
The former RTE daytime host made her TV3 debut yesterday, her first presenting role since she left Montrose in 2009.
Insisting that she has no "big agenda" about a return to TV, she filled in for Late Lunch Live hosts Lucy Kennedy and Martin King on the sofa and will co-host with King next week while Kennedy is on holiday.
The mother of two, who fronted RTE's Afternoon Show for five years, famously fell out with her co-host Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh over alleged bullying.
The 38-year-old (right) described her first time in front of the cameras since then as "surreal" and said her decision to become a full-time mum was a "very important" one.
"It was surreal doing it again after so long, but I got there in the end with loads of Rescue Remedy and my goal was just to have fun, which I did," she said.
"At the moment this is just filling in for a week and we'll see what its like. There is no big agenda behind it.
"It's like going back to an ex-boyfriend and kissing him to see if you still like him."
The Dubliner said TV is only one of many career options for the future as her family and being a mother is her priority.
"I just wanted to be a 100pc mummy for a while as I had been working for 20 years," she said.