Emmerdale star Charley Webb is best known for her portrayal of Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, a role which she has played for almost two decades.
She joined the soap opera Emmerdale in 2002 at the age of 14, the star was nominated for Best Actress at the 2009 British Soap Awards and was also nominated for Sexiest Female at the 2010 British Soap Awards.
The 33-year-old hasn’t been seen in the Dales for nearly seven months having only appeared on the soap a handful of times since the coronavirus pandemic hit last year.
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And despite the government’s recent relaxation announcement, there are no plans for her to return in the near future.
However, the mum of three is certainly kept busy at home with her brood of boys she shares with co-star husband, Matthew Wolfenden.
Charley is a proud mum to her three sons; Buster, 11, Bowie, five, and two-year-old Ace.
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In a rare Q&A with fans on her Instagram account, the star shared her pregnancy cravings with each of her children, her dream career if she wasn’t an actress and said she hadn’t ruled out adding a fourth child to her clan.
The soap star shared intimate details of her private life with her 510,000 followers.
One fan asked if Charley had any plans for a fourth child.
The actress responded: “I feel so blessed with the three I have… who knows.”
A second fan asked if she had any unusual cravings during her pregnancies.
The mother-of-three said she craved ready salted French Fries with Bowie, ice lollies and salt and vinegar Chipsticks crisps with Buster, and strawberry millions sweets with Ace.
Another follower asked Charley: “If you had to change your career what would you choose?”
She revealed: “Midwife, I’ve been a birthing partner three times and it was incredible. I’ve always had such a passion for babies and birth.”
The rest of the Q&A was put on hold as Charley told fans her youngest had woken up from a nap and Bowie had returned from the cinema.