Charley Webb has revealed the moment her husband Matthew Wolfenden gifted her with a necklace for their anniversary – with the wrong date on it.
The Emmerdale actress – who is expecting her third child with Matthew – opened up on how the pair celebrated their one year wedding anniversary, before admitting her co-star hubby had accidentally messed up the engraving on her jewellery.
Speaking exclusively to OK! magazine, she said: “Matthew got me a necklace with the wrong date on it!
“I said to him: ‘This is really cute but it’s got the wrong date on it.”
Before Matthew quickly denied it was his fault, adding: “I had a gold necklace made that had a paper aeroplane pendant, as it was our paper anniversary. I’d asked for the date of our wedding – 10.02.18 – to be engraved on it and when it came they’d missed the first zero, which was annoying!”
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Charley added that she had gifted her husband with “a glass bottle with a message in it, which said ‘1 year’ and was signed with kisses.”
The pair, who have two sons, Bowie and Buster, also discussed why this pregnancy feels a lot different to their previous two.
“I feel more tired than I did during my previous pregnancies,”
“I just feel so sick and shattered all the time. This pregnancy does feel like my worst one, but I’m sure I think that every time!”
Speaking openly about her battle with severe morning sickness this time round, Charley added that, while it’s not been nice, she’s got used to the “constant nausea.”
“I have been quite quiet at work, which has been perfect timing. I started throwing up at week six and I only just stopped. I’ve just got used to the constant nausea and nothing really helps it.
“Everyone keeps telling me to eat ginger but I can’t stand the smell!”
Speaking about any name ideas they might have, Matthew added: “With the other two we used to sit at night and look at baby names on our phones but we haven’t done that this time.
“I do have a couple of names that I really love.”
While Charley added: “It definitely won’t begin with a B! It was just a coincidence that we liked two names beginning with B, it wasn’t purposely done.
“Buster really wants to call it Bear if it’s a boy. I do love that name but I’m not having a B.”
Read the entire interview in this week’s OK! magazine – out now.
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