Charley Webb, 31, and her other half Matthew Wolfenden, 39, confirmed the arrival of the latest addition to their family last week. Following the birth of the Emmerdale stars’ new baby, Charley revealed she stepped out of the house for the first time in view of her 291,000 Instagram followers today. The Debbie Dingle actress marked the monumental moment with a sweet selfie alongside her eldest son Buster, nine. The pair posed for the camera in the car, as Charley added the caption: “And we’re out.
“Only taken us 8 days”, alongside an adorable baby emoji.
Charley and Matthew’s middle son Bowie, three, was not featured in the snap and their newborn was also notably absent.
Charley Webb’s outing comes after she gave fans a glimpse of her little one for the first time on the social media platform.
The soap star posted a black and white snap of the new baby dressed in a white onesie bearing the words “Baby Wolf”.
She captioned the picture: “Baby Wolf #3 has joined the crazy gang. We’re in a bubble of newborn’ness heaven.”(sic)
Fans and friends took to the comments section of Charley’s post to congratulate her and her husband on their bundle of joy
Coronation Street star Brooke Vincent, 27, who is expecting her first child, gushed: “Ahhhhhh Charley!!! Congratulations.”
Actress Michelle Keegan, 32, gushed: “Aww congratulations my darling.”
One person said: “Congratulations to you all.”
“Congrats to you, @matthewwolfenden55 and the rest of the family”, another fan commented.
Elsewhere, Matthew, who plays David Metcalfe in Emmerdale, admitted his wife’s pregnancy has been challenging this time around.
The actor spoke out about Charley’s experience with morning sickness on a recent episode of Loose Women.
Panellist, Coleen Nolan, 54, quizzed: “It’s funny as well because Charley isn’t a big fan of being pregnant but a big fan of giving birth.”
He replied: “She is. She’s a bit odd like that. She’s not enjoyed it. This one [pregnancy] has been particularly brutal.
“She’s been ill from the get go and it’s just not relented at all.”
Coleen went on to ask: “Does she get sick?”
The star said in response: “Yeah she’s just been sick since we found out [she was pregnant] and she still is now and we’ve got six weeks to go.”
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV.