After five months, Sila Sahin (38) is saying goodbye to “Everything that counts” – at least for the time being. Her last scene can be seen this Friday, January 12th, from 7:05 p.m. on RTL. Now the actress wants to enjoy a break first. And her new old home Berlin.

In an interview with the broadcaster, she told how turbulent 2023 was for her. It was a “challenge” – “between a man who plays football somewhere, two children and doing the demanding job here well.” The former “Good Times, Bad Times” star summarized: “It’s been five full, challenging months.”

That’s why she’s happy that she can take a break to recover and reflect on everything. She is particularly looking forward to her time in Berlin, where she now lives with her family again after a few years in Austria: “I’m a Berliner and I’m finally back in my city and can see my family and my friends. Berlin just smells different ” she enthused.

She has two small sons with her husband, footballer Samuel Radlinger (31). The couple has been married since 2016 and has moved frequently. That’s why Sila Sahin is happy to have landed back in her homeland after all this time.

But she doesn’t rule out a return to the “Everything that counts” set in Cologne. Especially since she hopes that her role Miray will try again with Lars. “Lars and Miray deserve a second chance. Maybe there will be another comeback.” The fact that the two separated really “broke her heart”.