Charley Webb had some very exciting news to share with fans on Sunday. The former Emmerdale star – a mother of three – has started her very own baby business! Charley, 32, took to Instagram to celebrate the launch with her followers, sharing a photo of Nordi Babi's logo. She wrote: "Our own business. I can't believe it. I'm beyond excited for this but also so nervous.
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"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. 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."
Charley Webb celebrated the launch of her new business on Instagram
Charley certainly knows a thing or two about childcare. She welcomed her third child with husband Matthew Wolfenden just last year; together the couple share sons Buster, ten, Bowie, four, and one-year-old Ace.
The actress was recently asked about the possibility of welcoming a fourth child. During a Q&A with fans, she was quizzed about more babies in the future. "Who knows. Maybe," Charley replied.
The Emmerdale star is a mum to three sons
She also revealed how she has been coping in lockdown with her young family. "Chaos," she admitted. "I find some days really, really tough. I loved having so much precious time with them but the struggle is real. Hope you're ok. Remind yourself that you're doing great."
Matthew and Charley met on the set of the Yorkshire-based soap Emmerdale, and tied the knot in February 2018 – eight years after they welcomed Buster.
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The family now live in a gorgeous home in North Yorkshire which includes a stunning kitchen, gorgeous garden, and perhaps most impressive of all, a beautiful balcony attached to the master bedroom, which gives Charley and Matthew a great view of the outdoor area of their property.