Charley Webb kids: Emmerdale’s Debbie Dingle addresses Sheree Murphy ‘negativity’
Charley Webb, 31, addressed her ex-Emmerdale colleague Sheree Murphy’s previous revelation she had hired a night nurse to help her with childcare in an interview with this week’s OK! Magazine. “I think there was a bit of negativity when she revealed that but I don’t see why,” Charley said. “For Sheree, Harry [Kewell, her husband] worked away for many years, so she was on her own with the kids. If you can have a night’s sleep and be up the next day with your kids, why not?”
Defending her Emmerdale co-star, 44, she continued: “I think Sheree used to have one every Friday night for a while.
“You function better when you’ve slept.”
Charley went on to say she and her actor husband Matthew Wolfenden, 39, have help with childcare in their home too.
“We have help – our nanny Claire’s been with us since before Bowie was born,” she told the publication.
“I can’t get through the washing without her!”
“It’s a nice thought to have someone come around, says like once a month, so you can both get a good night’s sleep at the same time,” Matthew chipped in.
Charley and Matthew recently welcomed baby boy Ace Gene.
They are also parents to nine-year-old Buster and three-year-old Bowie.
Elsewhere, mother-of-four Sheree, who played Tricia Dingle in Emmerdale from 1998 until 2004, recently revealed she had fired a night nurse following the birth of her third child.
During an appearance on Lorraine last month, she opened up about juggling work and motherhood, saying: “When I first heard about [night nursing], I was like, ‘What’s that?’ I had had two kids on Emmerdale and didn’t have any help.
“Then someone recommended a night nurse,” she continued.
Charley Webb kids: Emmerdale star was interview in this week’s OK! Magazine [OK! MAGAZINE]
“You get a good night’s sleep, can sleep properly and you’re up ready for the day.
“I didn’t do it every night but the nights I did, I had a really good sleep. It worked for me,” Sheree added.
“It’s a massive luxury and I was lucky enough that I could do it and I would recommend it to anybody.”
Charley endured a difficulty pregnancy and birth with Ace, with the baby being born with the cord wrapped around his neck.
Although she said he wasn’t breathing when he was passed to her, thankfully he soon recovered and began breathing, with both mother and baby ending up safe and happy.
Read the full interview with Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden in this week’s OK! Magazine – out now.
Emmerdale continues tonight at 7pm on ITV.
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