Robin Wright didn't have "any hesitation" about returning for the final series of 'House of Cards'.

Robin Wright

Robin Wright

The 52-year-old actress has revealed she didn't have any qualms about shooting the last season of the show after Kevin Spacey - who previously played former President Francis Underwood - was axed following allegations of sexual assault.

Robin - who stars in the role of Claire Underwood, Francis' wife - explained: "There wasn't any hesitation. We wanted to close out this show the way it was always intended for the fans and equally important was we would have put over 600 people out of a job. So it was only fair to finish with the security they expected."

Robin has also starred on 'House of Cards' alongside the likes of Constance Zimmer, Greg Kinnear, Patricia Clarkson, Boris McGiver and Michael Kelly.

And Robin has admitted that their last day on the show's set was a particularly emotional experience.

Robin told 'Entertainment Tonight': "It was bittersweet, lots of tears and nobody wanted to leave. We hung out in the Oval Office until about 3am, dancing."

Robin had previously suggested that Kevin deserves a "second chance".

Netflix cut its ties with Kevin after he apologised to actor Anthony Rapp for a drunken sexual advance he allegedly made towards him in 1986, though Kevin said he couldn't remember the incident.

Asked whether the acclaimed actor should be offered a career reprieve, Robin said: "I don't know how to comment on that, I really don't ... I believe every human being has the ability to reform. Has the ability to reform. In that sense, second chances, or whatever you are going to call it - absolutely, I believe in that. It's called growth."