Monday, April 30, 2012

'I'm too busy to get married!' Matthew Wolfenden says he and Charley Webb have no plans to wed... despite being engaged for the past two years

By Daily Mail Reporter

Dancing on Ice winner Matthew Wolfenden has revealed he has been too busy to sort out his marriage following his triumph on the ITV1 show.

He and Emmerdale co-star Charley Webb got engaged at Christmas 2009 but more than two years on they have still to set a date.

In an interview with Hello! magazine, Wolfenden said: 'We don't disagree about what we want to do for our wedding. But up 'til now, we haven't had a minute to plan it.'

'I'm too busy to get married!' Matthew Wolfenden says he and Emmerdale co-star Charley Webb have yet to set a date, despite having been engaged for the past two years

The 31-year-old actor - who won the ice-dancing show earlier this year - and his partner have also been busy bringing up their son, Buster, who was born little over three months after they became engaged.

Despite being an actress Webb, 24, said she will find it difficult being the centre of attention.

She said: 'The thought of having everyone focusing on me for the whole day fills me with dread.'

They may well skip the UK when they do eventually finalise their plans.

Wolfenden added: 'We have thought about going abroad to get wed.'
He and Webb - who is the sister of Kym Marsh's fiancé Jamie Lomas - live in a converted chapel, around an hour's drive from the Emmerdale set.

'Everyone calls it Dracula's Castle, as it's a big building with turrets,' said Wolfenden.

'Everyone freaks out about it, but Charley and I find it so peaceful. The gravestones in our garden are laid flat now as they are so old. It is a very special place.'

The full interview is in this week's Hello! magazine which is out now.

On thin ice: Matthew won the last series of Dancing On Ice with partner Nina Ulanova



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