Charley Webb children: How many children does Charley have?

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Charley Webb is a household name for her role as Debbie Dingle in Emmerdale. Charley is seen to given an insight into her off-screen life on her Instagram, but how many children does the actress have?

How many children does Charley have?

Charley and husband Matthew Wolfenden have three sons together Buster, Bowie and Ace.

Matthew also plays a familiar face on Emmerdale as David Metcalfe.

The couple are reported to have first met on the Emmerdale set in 2006 after Matthew joined the show.

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Back in May Charley told OK! says she is reluctant to go back to Emmerdale after welcoming her son last year.

Talking to the publication, Charley said: “At home with the kids is where I need to be at the moment.

“We’re in talks and work has been amazing about giving me the extra time I need.

“The difference from two to three children feels huge, so I haven’t confirmed when I’m going back yet.

“Bowie starts school in September, and I want to be around for that. I can’t imagine being back at work at the moment.”

Charley has previously opened up on balancing work and home life.

Talking to WhatsOnTV, Charley said: “I’m OK. I’m the same as any other mum who’s getting up in the middle of the night and then having to do the school run.

“We live quite a distance from Buster’s school, so we have to leave by 8am, and trying to get the two of them out of the house is pretty stressful.

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“Fortunately, Matthew’s cancer storyline came when the baby wasn’t sleeping, so it actually helped him look knackered for the role!

“It got to a point where we didn’t even notice him looking tired because it became so normal for him.”

Later in the interview, Charley opened up on how parenting the second time around felt different.

Charley explained: “I think I’m much more laid-back about it this time.

“I mean, recently Buster was dragging Bowie across the floor by his feet and the baby thought it was hilarious!

“I think if that had happened before I’d be like ‘Arghhh, my God!’ But now I’m just like ‘Yeah, whatever.’ In a lot of ways, it’s so much easier the second time.”

Talking of whether she would have another baby in the future, Charley said: “I’m told the jump from two to three feels even bigger.

“At the moment, I’m plodding along with two and everything is fine.

“With Buster, it’s like having five kids as he’s got so much energy. We’re thrilled to have Bowie.”

Charley and Matthew welcomed their third son Ace in August last year.

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