Danny Miller of Emmerdale has honored his wife Steph on her birthday with a heartfelt message.
The Emmerdale cast members Lucy Pargeter (Chas Dingle), Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk), and Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) were among those who attended the actor’s marriage to Steph in Cheshire last year.
In 2021, Danny asked Steph to marry him when they were on vacation in St. Lucia. Together, they have two children: Edith, who was born in August of this year, and Albert, who was born in 2021 as well.
To continue celebrating Steph’s birthday, Danny recently chose to post a stunning photo from their wedding.
The duo may be seen dancing while wearing red sequin coats. ‘Happy Birthday to the only person that could get me in a red, sparkling jacket.. on my wedding day,’ Danny, who just made his comeback to Emmerdale, wrote alongside. All of us adore you, “Me.”
Danny has spoken candidly in other places about how his comeback to the ITV serial opera came about.
Jane Hudson, executive producer, and Laura Shaw, producer, presented the idea to return. They told me: “There’s something we want to do with it, so you’ll have to keep it secret,” and I was over the moon and very happy.
This happened around the beginning of the year, so it has been months since I was able to tell anyone. I also moved without telling anyone.
Some of my closest friends and family members are unaware of my recent activities. Although it was difficult, I certainly admired it.
Because I love the program, I wanted to keep the information a secret and be a part of a stunning event for a soap opera.
Aaron visited the community last year for the soap opera’s 50th anniversary festivities, but he left after the passing of his sister Liv (Isobel Steele) and the revelation of Chas and Al’s (Michael Wildman) extramarital relationship.
Aaron was identified as the prisoner that Cain (Jeff Hordley) and Caleb (William Ash) were keeping in a deserted farmhouse at the beginning of Super Soap Week.
Aaron, who is now going through a dramatic transformation as a result of Liv’s murder, surprised viewers lately with his harsh remarks about Paddy (Dominic Brunt), who attempted suicide following Chas’ enormous betrayal.
Danny also discussed what Aaron’s future holds now that it appears like he will remain in the village.
He said, “He’s still picking fights and winding people up; he’s got clever reply lines that I’ve never typically been that character.”
I’m hoping he’ll ultimately revert to a version of his former self. He needs to fix a variety of different personalities, which could lead to an intriguing storyline.