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Emmerdale's Charley Webb details health woes as she hides under blanket during heatwave

Emmerdale’s Charley Webb took to Instagram today to share her health struggles with her 568,000 followers.The actress admitted she was “feeling ill” as she cuddled up under a blanket despite the current heatwave affecting the UK.This morning Charley, 34, shared a picture of just her leg nestling under a thick blanket while she sat outside in the sunshine. The temperature at that time was marked at 22 degrees celsius, which many people would consider “shorts weather”.However, Charley wasn’t feeling quite so warm in the sunshine, as she opened up about her health.“There’s worse places to be ill,” she told her fans.“I’m 100% sure I’m the only person on the planet with a blanket right now.”Later today, Charley updated her followers with another post confirming she had moved inside.“So happy to be in bed,” Charley captioned another picture of her legs as she rested.She also included a poll for her followers to find out who else liked going to bed early.“Earlier the better for me,” she wrote. “Are you an early night or a night owl?”Charley’s post comes after the soap star discussed her ongoing health issues with her followers two Sundays ago.Taking to social media, the mum-of-three posted an image of herself lying back, with one arm over her face.She captioned the photo: "Migraine hell today.

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'Truly disgusting' Emmerdale's Charley Webb addresses health 'hell' as she asks for advice
Emmerdale star Charley Webb has been flooded with support on Instagram after sharing her health "hell" with her fans.The TV star, who played Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, told how she had been suffering from migraines, which she branded "disgusting" after sharing that they leave her "vomiting".In view of her 564,000 followers, the mum of three told how she had been suffering with the migraine.In the snap, Charley appeared in a light grey jumper as she lay back with one arm partially covering her face.The star asked her fans for their advice on dealing with the health issue.Charley wrote: "Migraine hell today."Does anyone else suffer with vision migraines?It's where you get some sort of bright light/flashing [lightning] type of thing in your eye followed by the migraine."They make me vomit as well."They are truly disgusting," she added.Soon enough, the star was inundated with messages from her followers offering their suggestions on how to deal with migraines.Many included over the counter painkillers, cold compresses and sleeping it off.It comes days after Charley told how she had been "left drained" by a family issue involving her youngest son, Ace.The star said her son Ace, who she shares with Ememrdale co-star Matthew Wolfenden, was keeping her up all night with a cough.She wrote: “This will be me all day. “Ace was awake from 1-4 this morning.
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Emmerdale’s Charley Webb shares health update on son after he was rushed to hospital
Emmerdale star shared a candid health update on Wednesday (24 February) after her son Ace, who she shares with co-star Matthew Wolfenden, was taken to hospital with a mystery illness.Posting the vulnerable clip to her 556,000 followers online, the actress explained how she has been looking after the tot all week after he took a dramatic “turn for the worse” last Friday (18 February).Concerned for his welfare, the pair made the decision to have their two-year-old rushed to hospital in an ambulance in order to get to the bottom of his strange illness which has taken him nearly a week to recover from.She told her loyal legion of fans: “Ace has been poorly since Friday being sick on an off but he’s just been really lethargic.“And then on Saturday he took a turn for the worse we had to get him into hospital, but then today he’s turned a bit of a corner, but it’s been really scary, [we had] the ambulance out and everything.“I think there is a sickness bug going around so just keep your eyes on that, but there’s nothing worse than when your kids are ill.”The star gave further insight into her traumatising situation in the captions alongside her video as she thanked the hospital staff and paramedics for their help.She wrote: “I’ve never had one so poorly and it’s been beyond scary. The hospital and paramedics were amazing with him.“So important to always follow your instinct.
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Emmerdale's Charley Webb shares 'little' health update after 'write off' week
Emmerdale's Charley Webb, 33, has taken to Instagram to share a health update, after admitting to "feeling sorry" for herself last week.The Debbie Dingle character explained how she was "feeling a little better" after the rest of the week being a "right off".In view of her 549,000 Instagram followers, Charley posted a short video of herself sitting on the sofa.The caption read: "First day of feeling better."Still weak but I'm up and on the sofa.This whole week has been a right off."My list is so long now it's not even funny."This comes after Charley took to Instagram last Saturday to explain to her followers that she was not feeling her best.Charley explained she was suffering from a "cold sore from hell", but was looking after herself away from her husband Matthew Wolfenden and their three children.Her Emmerdale co-star Emma Atkins was looking after her while she rested.She said: "I've got in @missemmaatkins' bed so she can look after me while I feel sorry for myself."She's actually like my real mother."She explained: "Ace is down for his nap, Matthew is at home."I haven't just left him before some of you panic," the star added.Charley shared a forlorn looking snap of herself as she posed for a selfie.The actress revealed she was able to spend time resting away from her husband-of-four years Matthew and her three sons, Buster, 11, Bowie, six, and Ace, three.Earlier this month, the TV star spoke candidly about having more children in the future.Speaking in a Q&A session on Instagram, the soap star admitted that she wasn't done having babies just yet."Are you going to have any more bubbas? Xx," the question read.Charley replied, saying: "People say you know when you're done having babies."I don't feel that way.
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Emmerdale's Charley Webb left 'slightly furious' after Covid delays her plans
Emmerdale star was not happy about it either."The Christmas nail are here to stay for another week due to my lovely nail technician having to isolate," she wrote."I'm slightly furious that I can't change them/still loving being Christmassy."It's been quite a start to the new year for Charley, who confirmed her departure from the ITV soap last week.During a Q&A session with fans last week, the Bury-born actress hinted that her reason for stepping away from her role as Debbie was partly to spend more time with her family.After an incredible 19 years on the soap, the mother-of-three indicated that quality time with her children is how she plans to spend her new year."This is always my most asked question but I've never answered it before because I've never wanted to make a big deal of it," she explained on top of a family photo."I left to have Ace 2 years ago," I went back at the end of last year for 10 weeks to complete a storyline."She added: "So, I guess officially it's been a year."Charley had also answered a question from a fan wondering if she's still planning on having more children with her husband, fellow Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden.The couple is already parents to sons Buster, 11, Bowie, six, and Ace, three."Are you going to have any more bubbas? Xx," the curious fan asked.Charley responded, expressing that she wasn't done expanding her family just yet, adding that she'd been feeling rather "broody" lately."People say you know when you're done having babies," she expressed."I don't feel that way.