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Emmerdale’s Charley Webb ‘beyond excited and nervous’ as she announces new baby business

The soap actress previously revealed Nördi Bäbi had been in the pipelines for 10 years

Charley Webb has revealed she’s “beyond excited and nervous” as she announced her new business.

The Emmerdale star – who is currently on maternity leave from the ITV soap – launched the website for Nördi Bäbi yesterday (August 9).

Taking to Instagram last night, Charley shared the exciting news with her 476k followers.

Charley Webb admitted she was ‘beyond excited’ as she launched her own baby business

Charley Webb’s chic baby business

Alongside a snap of the company logo, she wrote: “Our own business. I can’t believe it. I’m beyond excited for this but also so nervous.

“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.

I’m beyond excited for this but also so nervous.

“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.”

The new venture is the first for the mum-of-three since departing from Emmerdale.

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Charley, 32, shares sons Buster, nine, Bowie, four, and Ace, one, with husband Matthew Wolfenden.

On Instagram Story, the actress added: “It’s called Nördi Bäbi, which means Northern baby. It’s a Scandinavian vibe, it’s everything I love.

“We’re starting off really small and hopefully we will expand as we go. It’s stuff that you don’t really find in the high street.

“We are all so excited. Can’t wait to get our first order.”

The soap star shared glimpses of Nördi Bäbi  products (Credit: Instagram Story/miss_charleywebb)

Charley Webb’s new venture

Last week, Charley left her fans guessing over the mystery project on Instagram.

The mum-of-three revealed the venture had been in the pipelines for over 10 years.

She said: “We had the idea of something similar for like 10 years when Buster was first born.

“But we just didn’t have the time, so we had to box it and put it away. And now we’ve started it again. It’s changed since 10 years ago because things do change.”

Charley’s products have already sold out just hours after launching (Credit: Instagram Story/miss_charleywebb)

Despite appearing thrilled by the project, Charley recently admitted fans often think she’s “miserable” and “moody”.

The Debbie Dingle actress addressed the claims in her first Q&A on Instagram.

I’m just not a massively over the top smiley person.

She said: “Just how moody I am. Apparently I’m really miserable. I’m just not a massively over the top smiley person, I’m beyond excited for this but also so nervous.”

Hitting back at those who have clearly criticised the star, Charley assured her followers that she was “happy” with the way she is.

The actress is currently on maternity leave from Emmerdale (Credit: SplashNews.com)

The soap veteran added: “But I’m absolutely fine inside and I’m happy with the way I am.

“I don’t need to be constantly smiling for everyone.”

Is Charley Webb returning to Emmerdale?

Back in May, Charley admitted she isn’t ready to return to work yet as she is focused on motherhood.

The mum of three told OK! Magazine: “At home with the kids is where I need to be at the moment.

Charley shares three sons with husband Matthew Wolfenden (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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“We’re in talks and work have been amazing about giving me the extra time I need.

“The difference from two to three children feels huge, so I haven’t confirmed when I’m going back yet.

“Bowie starts school in September and I want to be around for that. I can’t imagine being back at work at the moment.”

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