Emmerdale hunk Matthew Wolfenden has revealed that his wife Charley Webb is feeling much better after a bout of morning sickness.
Charley is currently pregnant with their third child. The pair announced their baby news with a cute Instagram snap last month.
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Speaking at the TRIC Awards at London's Grosvenor House Hotel this afternoon, Matthew, 38, revealed to the MailOnline that Charley, 31, is feeling blooming marvellous.
"Charley's doing good," he said. "Her sickness has stopped and she's craving salt and vinegar crisps."
Matthew and Charley are already parents to sons Buster, eight, and Bowie, three.
The Emmerdale favourite is "really excited" about the new arrival and admitted: "Of course I'd love a girl, but I'd love a boy too."
Matthew, who plays David Metcalfe in the ITV soap, has recently been filming a hard-hitting storyline involving David's son Jacob being groomed by his dad's girlfriend Maya.
"When you're doing a storyline like I'm doing, it's quite hard to come home and rid your mind of everything you've been doing that day. It's so emotional," he said.
"The best thing is being able to come home and be with those kids," he added.
Matthew met Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle, on the set of the soap back in 2007 and, just two years later, they were engaged.
The couple married in a surprise ceremony at Yorkshire's Ripley Castle last February and, at the time, Matthew hinted that they'd soon be trying for baby number three.
"I'd have a football team," he joked in an interview with OK! magazine, "but it's not me that has to go through all the hard work, is it!"
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