Phoebe Waller-Bridge is done with “Fleabag”… for now.

The Emmy-winning writer-actress was on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” on Tuesday and spoke about her Emmy wins and hosting Global’s “Saturday Night Live”, as well as the future for her award-winning series.

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“I know you said this was the end of ‘Fleabag’,” Meyers began, but added that he has heard her mention she might bring the character back “years from now.”

“I quite like the idea of coming back to her — well, me — when I’m 50 ’cause I feel like she will have had more life then and God knows what she would have got up to,” Waller-Bridge explained. “And actually seeing a character like that in a later stage of life is exciting.”

Fans really shouldn’t expect a third season any time soon, though.

“For now, she’s been through enough,” Waller-Bridge joked. “We’ve gotta let her go.”

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Meyers also asked the 34-year-old about preparing to host “SNL” this weekend.

“It never aired in the U.K.,” Waller-Bridge admitted, “so I didn’t know the madness that it is and how you create it. We just thought it was a sketch show that you had time to prepare for, and it turns out you don’t.”

“You really don’t,” Meyers laughed.

“Saturday Night Live” airs Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. PT/11:30 p.m. ET on Global.