Emmerdale's Charley Webb reveals she was rushed to hospital
Emmerdale star Charley Webb reveals she was rushed to hospital for tests after experiencing pain in her breast as she urges fans not to put off going to the doctor like she did
- The actress, 32, told her fans she had ‘put off’ seeing a doctor because of her concerns over the coronavirus crisis on Thursday
- Charley revealed she had to go to hospital last week for tests after experiencing pain her her breast
- Charley reassured her fans that her tests came back normal and nothing was wrong with her, and she thanked them for their support
- The Emmerdale star urged fans not to ignore symptoms like she had done
Emmerdale star Charley Webb revealed to fans she had to go to hospital last week for tests after experiencing pain her her breast.
The Debbie Dingle , 32, took to Instagram on Wednesday to detail what had happened, explaining she had ‘put off’ seeing a doctor because of her concerns over the coronavirus crisis, as she urged her fans not to do the same.
She explained: ‘I went to the doctor’s last week because I’ve been having this pain in my boob which I know is really personal but I wanted to talk about it because I put it off for ages.
Honest: Emmerdale star Charley Webb revealed on Wednesday she went to hospital for tests after experiencing pain in her breast, and urged fans not to put off seeing a doctor like she did
‘I put it off and put it off because I was so worried about going into them with anything at the moment, with everything that going on.’
She went on: ‘I just hope no one is feeling like that and if there’s something that you’re worried about then you should go and get it checked because there are other issues going on in the world, not just the pandemic.
‘There is other stuff and that’s okay. I’m really glad that I did it. The hospital is dead. She said they’re only seeing people if they really need to. And cause I had to be examined she had to see me.’
On Thursday, Charley reassured her fans that her tests came back normal and nothing was wrong with her, and she thanked them for their support.
Advice: Despite her initial concerns of being seen by a doctor amid the coronavirus crisis, she said: ‘If there’s something that you’re worried about then you should go and get it checked’
Reassuring: Talking about getting the tests Charley told her fans, ‘I’m really glad that I did it. The hospital is dead. She said they’re only seeing people if they really need to’
The actress detailed: ‘Nothing much to report just wanted to say I’m really pleased I posted that story yesterday.
‘I can’t tell you how many people sent me messages yesterday, men and women, young and old, basically saying they felt the same and they’re putting off getting things checked and now they’re not.
‘So, I feel like even though it felt really personal, and I thought “do I share this?” Sometimes it is uncomfortable talking about such personal stuff but it’s also really important too.’
Grateful: Charley reassured her fans that her tests came back normal and nothing was wrong with her, and she thanked them for their support
Gushing about helping others, she added: ‘I feel like my job is done because people are going to get checked, so if it helps one person I feel good about it.
‘And also I just love everybody, so many lovely messages, I think I confused people because my results were fine, touch wood, but my Instagram family I just love.’
Earlier this month, Charley revealed that she and husband Matthew Wolfenden, 40, are ‘not the most romantic couple’ after 15 years together, but said they are more of a partnership now they are parents.
Honest: Earlier this month, Charley revealed that she and husband Matthew Wolfenden, 40, are ‘not the most romantic couple’ after 15 years together (pictured February 2020)
Her words came after he admitted they have been rowing due to the stress of lockdown, just like any other couple.
Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, said she and Matt are a ‘team’ but asserted that they’re not very romantic.
She said: ‘We’ve been together 15 years and we’re a team and a partnership. If Matthew bought me something, I’d be like, “What have you done?” We’re not the most romantic couple.’
Family: Charley and Matt have three sons together, Buster, 10, Bowie, five, and 17-month-old Ace and say they are a ‘team’ but aren’t as romantic after 15 years together
During the UK’s third national lockdown, Matthew admitted the couple argued, saying it’s ‘hard’ when you’re stuck at home all day.
According to The Sun, he said: ‘It is hard and we have argued. You’re bound to argue when you’re stuck in a house 24/7 with three kids and they are playing up.
‘We’ve had our little moments but I’ve not spoken to one person who hasn’t.’
Charley and Matt, who plays David Metcalfe on the soap, have three sons together, Buster, 10, Bowie, five, and 17-month-old Ace.
‘It’s absolute chaos!’ The Emmerdale actress revealed she’s struggling to homeschool her boys during the lockdown, while Matt has previously said they have been rowing at home
The mother-of-three recently revealed she’s struggling to homeschool her boys during the lockdown.
On Loose Women, she confessed her house is ‘absolute chaos’ amid the global pandemic.
The soap star candidly said: ‘Well, the homeschooling thing I find so stressful, honestly. I’m not gonna lie. And my kids are quite feral as well.’
On the exhausting experience, the media personality – who was joined by her toddler Ace from their home – added: ‘Three boys in lockdown. I mean, it’s chaos, absolute chaos. They’re not like these quiet little boys that will sit and play with trains.’
The thespian also added that she attempts to ‘zone out’ when it comes to current affairs, and only tunes into news for the ‘really important stuff’.
She told panellists Jane Moore, Brenda Edwards, Gloria Hunniford and Janet Street-Porter: ‘I don’t watch the news at all. Obviously, I watch the really important stuff.
‘But anything that’s not going to add to my day, I just don’t watch it because it just sends me through the roof.
‘I just have to shut myself off. Because obviously, I’ve got three children at home. You don’t have that time to deal with anxiety like you normally would when they’re at school. So I just have to zone out.’
Siblings: The thespian described having three boys in the house during lockdown as ‘total chaos’
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