Charley Webb forces husband Matthew Wolfenden into TikTok dance and the results are hilarious

Charley Webb shared the hilarious footage of her and her husband doing a TikTok dance together.

The Emmerdale actress – who plays Debbie Dingle in the soap – is married to her co-star, Matthew Wolfenden, 41.

In the video, the couple can be seen doing the well-known dance together in front of their festive decorations at home.

As they spin around, Matthew puts up the hood of his grey jumper to reveal a sign that reads: “I was forced into this” as his wife keeps on dancing.

Throughout the in-sync video, Matthew widens his eyes and raises his eyebrows, before dropping his hood and giving a cheeky look to the camera at the end after revealing the sign on his back.

Charley, 33, is in all black leggings and a sweatshirt for the dance, while her husband sports his jeans and a grey hoodie.

Behind them is a painting of David Bowie in military uniform that reads “Just For One Day” over the grand, gold framed picture.

The mother of three captioned the video: “Hates me.”

Fans loved the couple’s take on the popular dance and filled the comments adoration for the duo.

Fellow soap star Catherine Tyldesley wrote: “I b***** love you guys” with clapping hands and a love heart emoji.

Another user penned: “Brilliant! You can see how much both of you loved doing that routine together even if Matthew says 'he was made to do it'" with laughing faces.

One user also suggested that Charley should go onto Strictly Come Dancing in 2022, after showcasing her "amazing" moves.

Soap actresses usually perform well on the show too, with EastEnders actress Rose Ayling Ellis currently favourite to win this year's series.

Charley and Matthew welcomed their first child in April 2010, Buster. They briefly split in August 2013, before reconciling and welcoming a second son, Bowie in December 2015. Charley gave birth to their third child, Ace, in July 2019.

Charley previously revealed how her eldest son, Buster, 11, is planning to follow in his parent’s showbiz footsteps.

She told OK!: “I think that’s the line he wants to go down and it has been since he was a tiny tot. He was singing at, like, two or three, and he could really hold a tune. We’d think, “Oh my God, where have you learnt to do that?”

“But it’s just naturally in him. He goes to singing lessons every Thursday and he also does drama and dance so he’s definitely got it in him – it’s in his blood.”

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