Emmerdale stars Matthew Wolfenden and Charley Webb have opened up about their pregnancy - and revealed how it’s changed their relationship
In June, Charley and Matthew revealed that they were expecting their second baby together.
And now, in an exclusive interview with OK! magazine, the Emmerdale couple have opened up about what having another baby means for them as a couple.
Matthew, who plays David Metcalfe in the ITV soap, admitted: "Having a child changes the dynamic of your relationship, but in a nice way.
“You have to become a team, which is a lovely thing."
Charley agreed, adding firmly: "This pregnancy has definitely given us an even stronger bond."
However there’s no denying that the cute couple, who have been together since 2008, have a little bit of pressure on them.
Because their 5-year-old son Buster has made it abundantly clear that he wants a baby brother.
Charley said: ”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 would be great to have a boy now and then a girl in the future.
“That would be perfect."
Despite this, the real-life Debbie Dingle said that she and Matthew are planning on leaving their baby’s sex a surprise.
We bet that, whether their little bundle of joy is a pink one or a blue one, it will be a welcome addition to this soapstar family!
TOP 50 MOST UNUSUAL BABY NAMES - AND THEIR MEANINGS:
Holly Willoughby bagged Chester - meaning 'fortress' - for her baby boy, so we imagine this comfortable, quirky and cuddly name will rise in popularity soon.
Meaning 'peaceful this unusual unisex name got a lot of publicity when chosen by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie for their Vietnamese-born son.
Constantine, meaning "steadfast", is a distinguished name that has long been overlooked. But, as names such as Augustine and Atticus become more popular, it seems as if the Roman Emperor's name could be primed for a comeback...
This concise one-syllable name, meaning "heart" or "lion", has definite potential, being more unusual than the increasingly popular Levi.
Susannah, meaning "lily", has an irresistible, flowing rhythm - and is a more stylish version of the traditional 'Susan' or 'Suzanne'.
If you're looking for a 'belle' name that isn't 'Isabelle than why not try the lovely Mirabelle? Meaning 'marvellous it can be changed to 'Mirabella' or 'Maribel' - depending on what suits your little one.
Rio is a Spanish boy's name, meaning 'river'.
This charmingly old-fashioned girl's name means 'gift of God' and has a wealth of nicknames available - think Teddy, Thea and Dora, to name but three!
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A cute pastoral boy's name, Shepherd means exactly what you think it does - and can be shortened to the adorable Shep.
Rosalind - meaning 'pretty rose' - was made popular when Shakespeare used it for one of his heroines in 'As You Like It'.
Caspian - taken from the name of the large sea between Asia and Europe - was used by C.S Lewis for the name of the hero of his children's novel, Prince Caspian, part of the Chronicles of Narnia series.
Zadie means 'princess making it perfect for your little girl.
Ellison, meaning 'benevolent is traditionally a boy's name - but could just as easily be used for a little girl.
Aviva is a vivacious and memorable girl's name, meaning 'springlike, fresh, dewy'.
West is definitely shaping up well as a unisex name - but we imagine it will increase in popularity now that the Kardashian-Wests are in power!
Indigo, a deep blue-purple dye from plants native to India, is particularly striking for both girls and boys.
Cleo (meaning 'glory') is short, of course, for Cleopatra, one of the most powerful women in history. Sounds like a good choice to us...
Devon, spelled like the lovely seaside town, can be used for baby boys or baby girls - would you be tempted to use it for your own little one?
Aurelio is an exotic and energetic Italian boy's name, rarely heard in the UK, which means 'the golden one'. It can also be changed to Aurelia - just like in Love Actually - if you plan on using it for a baby girl.
The girl's name 'Pilar' originated in the legend of the miracle of the Virgin Mary's appearance over a marble pillar, giving it a special sense of strength and elegance.
The boy's name Baxter, meaning 'baker was last popular in 1886, meaning it's well time for a comeback.
Pippa made headlines thanks to Kate Middleton's sister - but this cute name, meaning 'lover of horses is still an unusual one.
Almost never used in modern times, the boy's name Willis means 'resolute protection'.
Pronounced Geoge-ee-AH-na, this elaborately feminine girl's name means 'farmer' - and has cropped up in the likes of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice and 2008 film The Duchess. Very regal!
Octavia - meaning 'eigth' - was popular in ancient Roman and Victorian times, and has a rich literary pedigree. Think Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, for starters.
Zinnia is an edgy, energetic flower name - symbolising remembrance. We love it.
The Spanish version of Matthew, this unusual boy's name means 'gift of God'.
This beautiful vintage girl's name, meaning 'blessed peacemaking has a choice of two nicknames; Winnie or Freddie.
Marguerite is a classic French girl's name, meaning 'pearl' or 'daisy'. Totally chic!
This quirky name - meaning 'deer forest is a fresh choice for a baby boy or girl.
Another unisex name with a lot of energy and bounce, this cool name means 'citizen of Rome'.
Nile, meaning 'champion is inspired by the famous Egyptian river and can be used for both boys and girls.
Juno, inspired by a Roman goddess named the 'queen of heavens is fresh, beautiful and unique. We love it.
Inspirational and aspirational, True means exactly what you'd expect - and can be used for both boys and girls. Nice!
This virtue name, meaning 'truth is the perfect fusion of old and new - it even made a brief appearance in Harry Potter!
This boy's name was made popular by 90s TV show Saved By The Bell, but has diminished in popularity since then. A shame, since this boy's name has a seriously friendly and genial feel.
Celtic unisex name Tierney means 'descendant of a lord making it a fine choice for any new parents.
We love the name Lulu (which means 'pearl') - it's so energetic, vivacious and fun!
This simple, elegant boy's name - meaning 'enclosure' - is VERY distinctive, isn't it? No wonder it made it into Gossip Girl!
This girl's name feels brisk, fresh, pure, evocative - and magical. We imagine fans of Frozen will love it!
This unisex name - meaning 'curly-headed' - is an Irish cowboy name that packs a punch.
This glam Scottish name, meaning 'alert and watchful is a strong and sophisticated choice for any little girl.
With plenty of vintage charm, Henrietta - meaning 'estate ruler'. has a number of charming nicknames, including Etta, Hetty and Hattie.
This hip occupational name is fresh and friendly-sounding; perfect for a little boy.
Millicent is a sweet and feminine girl's name, meaning "strong in work", and in definite need of a comeback.
Auden is a poetic and old-fashioned unisex name, meaning 'old friend'.
Stellan is a strong, attractive, Scandinavian boy's name, meaning 'calm'.
This aristocratic boy's name - meaning 'brave people' - is an interesting Germanic one. Think 'Leo' for short!