‘We’re not the most romantic couple’: Emmerdale’s Charley Webb discusses her 15-year partnership with husband Matthew Wolfenden after he admitted they have been rowing in lockdown
She recently admitted she’s struggling to homeschool her three sons during lockdown.
And Charley Webb, 32, revealed that she and husband Matthew Wolfenden, 40, are ‘not the most romantic couple’ after 15 years together’, but said they are more of a partnership now they are parents.
Her words came after he admitted they have been rowing due to the stress of lockdown, just like any other couple.
‘We’re not the most romantic couple’: Emmerdale’s Charley Webb discussed her her 15-year partnership with husband Matthew Wolfenden and admitted they have been rowing due to lockdown stress (pictured February 2020)
Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, said she and Matt are a ‘team’ but asserted that they’re not very romantic.
She said: ‘We’ve been together 15 years and we’re a team and a partnership. If Matthew bought me something, I’d be like, “What have you done?” We’re not the most romantic couple.’
During the UK’s third national lockdown, Matthew admitted the couple argued, saying it’s ‘hard’ when you’re stuck at home all day.
Family: Charley and Matt have three sons together, Buster, 10, Bowie, five, and 17-month-old Ace and say they are a ‘team’ but aren’t as romantic after 15 years together
According to The Sun, he said: ‘It is hard and we have argued. You’re bound to argue when you’re stuck in a house 24/7 with three kids and they are playing up.
‘We’ve had our little moments but I’ve not spoken to one person who hasn’t.’
Charley and Matt, who plays David Metcalfe on the soap, have three sons together, Buster, 10, Bowie, five, and 17-month-old Ace.
The mother-of-three recently revealed she’s struggling to homeschool her boys during the lockdown.
‘It’s absolute chaos!’ The Emmerdale actress revealed she’s struggling to homeschool her boys during the lockdown
On Loose Women, she confessed her house is ‘absolute chaos’ amid the global pandemic.
The soap star candidly said: ‘Well, the homeschooling thing I find so stressful, honestly. I’m not gonna lie. And my kids are quite feral as well.’
On the exhausting experience, the media personality – who was joined by her toddler Ace from their home – added: ‘Three boys in lockdown. I mean, it’s chaos, absolute chaos. They’re not like these quiet little boys that will sit and play with trains.’
The thespian also added that she attempts to ‘zone out’ when it comes to current affairs, and only tunes into news for the ‘really important stuff’.
She told panellists Jane Moore, Brenda Edwards, Gloria Hunniford and Janet Street-Porter: ‘I don’t watch the news at all. Obviously, I watch the really important stuff.
‘But anything that’s not going to add to my day, I just don’t watch it because it just sends me through the roof.
‘I just have to shut myself off. Because obviously, I’ve got three children at home. You don’t have that time to deal with anxiety like you normally would when they’re at school. So I just have to zone out.’
Siblings: The thespian described having three boys in the house during lockdown as ‘total chaos’
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