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It would be great to have a boy now and then a girl in the future.That would be perfect." Her due date was revealed to be December 2015.5-year-old Buster looked very shocked mag: "He's so desperate for a little brother, so we're kind of hoping we get a boy.I think there’s something really special about having two of the same.""It's too much - living with each other, working with each other and then being romantically linked in the show together.Also, they are characters who wouldn't suit,” Charley told OK! The couple who share two young sons, Buster Wolfenden and Bowie Grey Wolfenden, also spoke about extending their family."We’ll start thinking about having another baby next year.Show producers suggested Charley and Matthew character’s Debbie Dingle and David Metcalfe be romantically linked, but the couple admitted to turning down the idea.Opening up about their decision, Matthew said: "They once told us they were considering it and we were the first to ring up and ask for it not to happen!

The couple's wedding venue was Ripley Castle, which is near Harrogate, in North Yorkshire.Just hit 'Like' on our Digital Spy Soaps Facebook page and 'Follow' on our @soapscoop Twitter account.Charlotte Anne 'Charley' Webb, born 26 February 1988Matthew Wolfenden, born Buster Wolfenden, born 3 April 2010Bowie Grey Wolfenden, born 19 December 2015 Charley and Matthew met in 2009 on the set of star Jamie Lomas.In this week’s issue we have a wedding exclusive: Emmerdale stars Charley Webb and @matthewwolfenden55 have tied the knot at a surprise wedding – guests thought they were going to Charley’s 30th birthday!Pick up your copy to read all about their special day. UK (@ok_mag) on However, upon their arrival, they quickly learned that the duo were to be walking down the aisle and that they had to settle into official roles.

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