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“I’m about to shave my head and lose my eyebrows, eyelashes – everything,” he reveals.“I’ve always had facial hair so it will be a first for me.But as soon as I heard about the storyline I said I would throw myself into it in every way to do it justice for the lads that have been through it.”Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men aged 29 to 49 in the UK, but, as Matthew found out, not one which is often discussed.Dec 2015", was captioned simply: "Here we go again #babynumber2". "Debbie Dingle actress Charley also received a sweet message from Jamie Lomas, which read: "Massive congratulations to my beautiful sister @Miss Charley Webb and my bro @Mr Matt Wolfenden cannot wait to meet my new niece or nephew."Charley and Matthew first started dating back in 2008, before getting engaged and later splitting in 2013.Matthew, 35, who plays David Metcalfe in the ITV soap, tweeted afterwards: "Wow… Thank you so much we are sooooooo excited."Later in the day, he jokingly posted a recent to do list, and the things ticked off included make baby, lay laminate and travel to London to be on This Morning. I've just put a new laminate floor down in my caravan! After remaining close friends for the sake of their son, the couple were reported to have rekindled their romance in April last year.In typical style, he cheekily dropped his pants for good pal Leyla (played by Roxy Shahidi) to have a look.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

“There’s a bit of bravado, I suppose, and it’s not something you want to chat to your mates about down the pub.The couple – who have a three year-old son called Buster – have been engaged since 2009.A spokeswoman for the show confirmed their split, saying: ‘Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden have confirmed that they have separated.The 'Emmerdale' stars - who also have five-year-old son Buster together - gave their little one the striking moniker shortly after his birth…The Emmerdale stars took to their respective Twitter pages to announce they were pregnant yesterday, by sharing a very sweet snap of their young family.Before landing the role of Debbie, Webb previously appeared on the stage in Manchester in a production of Bugsy Malone when she was eight.She joined the soap opera Emmerdale in 2002 at the age of fourteen.‘They will remain friends and are focusing on their little boy.’ The pair, who play Debbie Dingle and David Metcalfe in the ITV soap, aren’t expected to quit the show.Last night, Matthew, 33, thanked fans for their support after the news of their break-up was revealed.He said at the time: ‘We don’t disagree about what we want to do for our wedding.Tonight his character gets the devastating diagnosis that he has testicular cancer.