Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden and Charley Webb trying for another baby
'Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden and Charley Webb are trying for another baby.
The couple only welcomed their second child Bowie into the world four months ago, but it seems dirty nappies and sleepless nights haven't impacted them too much yet as they're already trying to fall pregnant with their third child.
The 35-year-old actor said: "Bowie is sleeping through now. He wakes up once in the night and grizzles a bit, but we give him a cuddle and he goes back to sleep until about 6am. He was quite a poorly baby. He wasn't holding his milk down and lost quite a lot of weight.
"Charley had to stop breast feeding so we took turns with the bottle. It was nice as it made me feel involved ... even though it is hard getting up at 3am to make a bottle.
"That's why I thought while we are still pretty knackered now we might as well go for number three and keep that knackeredness ball rolling. We will see."
The couple - who also have six-year-old son Buster together - briefly split three years ago but are now stronger than ever and are hoping to tie the knot in the near future.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he said: "We just keep on having kids and it gets in the way. Charley doesn't want to be pregnant as she walks down the aisle.
"We are just dead happy. When you've got a new baby, the first few months are just filled with changing nappies, cleaning sick up, bottle feeding at night. It is tiring."
The pair got together in 2008 after they met on the set of 'Emmerdale', in which Charley, 28, plays bitchy mechanic Debbie Dingle and Matthew portrays David Metcalfe.