Emmerdale star Charley Webb has wowed fans with her latest post after she shared a series of new headshots to her Instagram account, after teasing her TV return.
Charley played Debbie Dingle for nearly two decades before leaving the show. In March, discussing her career and a return to acting, Charley said: “When the right thing comes to me, I'll be back.”
And it would appear with her new headshots she is very much back in to the swing of things as she heads back in to the working world after taking some time off with her youngest son, Ace.
The actor and mum-of-three looked stunning as she posed for the camera in her latest update with one fan even likening her to Hollywood actress, Demi Moor. She captioned the post: "Mood."
The comments section was quickly flooded with compliments for the star from fans and celebrity pals. Coronation Street's Mollie Winnard penned: "Beautiful" alongside a string of heart emojis. Cath Tyldesley wrote: "Fiiiit" and former co-star Eden Taylor-Draper said: "She's cool."
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The Yorkshire Ripper drama is Charley Webb’s first major role since leaving the Dales. In one of her recent Instagram posts Charley shared a picture of a clapperboard, she captioned the snap: "That’s a Wrap. What a Job. What a Team. Met some of the best humans on this job, best in the biz. Coming soon."
While she didn't confirm whether it was regarding the Yorkshire Ripper drama or another project, fans were delighted the star will soon be back on our screens either way.
One follower wrote: "Exciting times. Can't wait to have you back on the TV", a second penned: "Can't wait to watch!", a third asked: "Look forward to watching, when is it on?" another fan said: "Wish Debbie Dingle was back in Emmerdale, my favourite Characters are Cain , Charity and Debbie."
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