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Charley Webb: Emmerdale's Debbie Dingle addresses having earring ripped out by car door


Emmerdale actress Charley Webb, 32, who is otherwise known as Debbie Dingle on the ITV soap, has taken to her Instagram page to reflect on the time she suffered from a painful incident after getting her ears pierced with one of her co-stars. The mum-of-three told her followers it is a “long story”.

Charley shared a selfie she posted two years ago with her Emmerdale co-star Emma Atkins, who is known for her role as her on-screen sister, Charity Dingle.

After the pair decided to get matching moon earrings, Charley wrote alongside the snap: “Matching. That’s it, we have to be friends forever.”

After Charley was notified it had been two years since the occasion, she revealed what actually happened on the day with her 471,000 Instagram followers.

She penned: “The day we got matching earrings in Notting Hill.

READ MORE: Charley Webb: Emmerdale star opens up on ‘stressful’ family situation

Meanwhile, Charley admitted she and her husband Matthew, 40, are struggling to choose which secondary school their son Buster, 10, should go to.

The actress and Matthew have three sons together; Buster, Bowie, four, and one-year-old Ace, together.

On her Instagram story, the ITV star spoke out about the “stressful” situation with her fans.

“I spent today doing Buster’s high school application form. We got the forms over a month ago, I just ignored them all because the thought of him going to high school really stresses me out for so many different reasons,” she began.

“The virtual videos that we’ve got, we finally watched the other day and I just believe that we’re having to choose his high school from a video.”

The TV star then addressed her reasons why choosing the right school is crucial for her children.

“School is so important, they spend so much time there and I chose Buster’s primary school and Bowie’s primary school purely on the way it felt,” she continued.

“Nothing to do with Ofsted or anything like that, it was about the teachers and the pupils and how the school felt.”



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