Amid rumors of Matthew Wolfenden’s split, Emmerdale’s Charley Webb acknowledges that she is “ignoring life.”

Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden first connected on the Emmerdale set. (Image credit: Getty Images)(

The star of Emmerdale, Charley Webb, provided a mysterious update in response to the recent split rumors involving her and Matthew Wolfenden.

In 2009, the 35-year-old woman accepted Matthew’s proposal, 43, after they first connected on the ITV soap opera set.

For the couple, it hasn’t been an easy ride, though. A representative for the couple announced their split in 2013, saying, “Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden have today confirmed they have separated.”

In 2015, Matthew told the Mirror, “It was never a permanent split, we just needed some time apart.” They reconciled.

The Debbie Dingle actress recently shared a mysterious message on Instagram Story that said, “Ignoring life and all the jobs I need to do.” I’d also like to get more piercings.

This comes after The Sun reported that Matthew, who played David Metcalfe in Emmerdale for eighteen years, recently departed the show and unfollowed his spouse on Instagram.

On her Instagram story, Charley shared a mysterious message (Image: Instagram)

According to the publication, Matthew continued to follow Charley as of last night. A source claimed to them that “Charley and Matthew were in very different places in their lives when they first got together.”

“Now that they have three children and are juggling new careers, everything has changed and maybe they are not the same unit they once were.”

A year after Charley joined the soap opera, he started dating Matthew, whom he met on the Emmerdale set. On Christmas Day 2009, the actor proposed to Charley.

Ace, Matthew and Charlie’s youngest child, was born in 2019 (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

On February 10, 2018, the couple finally got married, but their guests were unaware of the nuptials.
Alright! At the time, a magazine reported that the couple was getting married at Ripley Castle, which is near Harrogate, but that 100 guests had mistakenly arrived thinking they were there for Charley’s 30th birthday.

To be honest, I’m not a big fan of marriage. In 2019, Charley said on This Morning, “It’s not that important to me.”

However, this seemed like a sensible method to go about it since it relieved the burden of all the questions people would otherwise ask me, like “What’s your dress like? “Who will be your bridesmaid?” was a question I didn’t want to hear.

“There is also too much attention.” It simply seemed like a lot of focus.

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