Emmerdale's Charley Webb shares disappointing news with her fans
Charley Webb has taken to Instagram to share some disappointing news with her fans.
The 34-year-old – best known for playing Debbie Dingle in Emmerdale – has been married to Matthew Wolfenden since 2018 and together they share three sons together.
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While Charley is certainly kept busy at home by her boys, she decided to set up a side business with Matthew and his brother David three years ago.
Nordi Babi sold Scandinavian-style wooden children's toys – with Charley describing it as her 'dream' business.
Charley and Matthew have been married since 2018
Sadly, however, it's all come to an end.
"@nordi_babi is closing," Charley confirmed to her 573,000 followers in an Instagram Story. "I've loved this chapter and the journey it's taken us on but we just don't have the time to run it the way we want to." She concluded: "I love everything Scandi so this has been a dream."
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Charley announced the launch of Nordi Babi in 2020. "Our own business. I can't believe it. I'm beyond excited for this but also so nervous," she said at the time.
The couple share three sons together
"We've wanted to do this for years and we've finally got to the stage where we can make it happen. We're starting off really small and hopefully we will expand as we go.
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"Scandinavian style is my favourite whether it's toys or decor and with Nördi Bäbi we hope to bring you a little bit of what we love. I can't wait for you guys to go on this journey with us. Xx."
Meanwhile, Charley recently reached out to her followers for reassurance following a morning of 'parenting hell'.
Charley recently reached out to fans after experiencing 'parenting hell'
The actress said: "Anybody else have the worst time getting out to the school run? Honestly, the worst time, I fell out with both of my two oldest ones this morning, both so rude at different times.
"Bowie had a full meltdown because he wanted to make an iMovie as we were walking out of the door and I said 'You can't do it now because we're leaving but you can do after school.' No, that's not good enough.
"The meltdown was off the scale. And it doesn't matter how much organisation there is, I've got all the uniforms put out the night before, I'm really organised. Just I can't, I can't do it."
Charley is a mum to 12-year-old Buster, seven-year-old Bowie and three-year-old Ace.
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