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Emmerdale Millie Tate star's life - proud mum, reason for leaving soap and charity work
Emmerdale fans have gotten to know actress Willow Bell as Millie Tate on the ITV soap as she leads the way for young screen stars across the UK.The talented eight-year-old schoolgirl has thrilled viewers playing the daughter of Andrea and Jamie Tate.She appeared on the show from 2019 until 2021 before reprising the role again earlier this year.READ MORE: Emmerdale Jeff Hordley and Zoe Henry's real-life romance - sweet proposal to work ruleIt’s clear to see why her family often gush over Willow's success on social media as well as her admirable charity work.Fortunately for the young star, her life off-screen is far more stable than her on-screen character.Daily Star has taken a look child star Willow's journey as she takes the soap world by storm.It’s every mum’s dream to see their child shine and Willow’s mum is certainly basking in the glory of her little one’s TV success.Willow’s mother, Jaqueline Ann Bell, often shares snaps of Willow on Instagram for friends and family, keeping them updated on the star’s life off-camera and what she’s getting up to on the ITV soap.One post shows Willow beaming as she holds up a sign saying "Emmerdale NTA winners 2020" – to which Jaqueline captioned: “Willow just arrived home to this awesome surprise."So very lucky to be part of this wonderful team.'One snap shared on mum Jaqueline’s Instagram account shows Willow posing in front of the iconic Emmerdale sign smiling at the camera.Fans may have noticed that Willow took a break from filming amid the pandemic in 2021 when she left the soap for a whole year.As the world began opening up again, Willow was allowed back on to set and Jaqueline shared her daughter's joy at being back amongst her cast members.She penned: "Can’t believe it’s
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Emmerdale star's eye-watering net worths - Marlon Dingle star to Kim Tate actress
Emmerdale this week, after Priya Sharma tells Victoria Sugden that he has missed payments ahead of their wedding.With David feigning an injury for an insurance claim and ignoring Victoria's questions about the wedding, will he reveal the truth about what is going on?However away from Emmerdale, David Metcalfe actor Matthew Wolfenden is one of the soap's many high paid stars - with the cast reported to earn anything between £400-£2000 per episode.READ NEXT: When will Lisa Riley be back on Emmerdale? Mandy Dingle actress returns after heartbreakWith over six episodes per week, the cast could make a substantial amount from their appearances, and here, Daily Star takes a closer look at some of the star's net worths.Emma Atkins is one of the soap's longest serving cast members, having appeared in Emmerdale for over 20 years since 2000.Between family feuds, a shock return to the village and taking over ownership of The Woolpack Pub, her character Charity Dingle has been at the centre of some of Emmerdales' biggest storylines.She has also had starring roles in Casualty and Doctors away from the soap too.It is no surprise then with her long run on the show and long acting career, that the star is estimated to have a net worth of over £8m.Zoe Henry joined Emmerdale in 2001 as Rhona Goskirk, before taking a break from the dales one year later.
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Emmerdale's Zoe Henry and Mark Charnock on characters having 'traumatic' new storyline
Emmerdale actors Zoe Henry and Mark Charnock have revealed the life-changing experience their characters, Rhona Goskirk and Marlon Dingle, will go through together.The fictional couple’s lives were turned upside down when Marlon suffered a stroke just when they decided to get engaged.Rhona and Marlon were set to propose to each other when Marlon started to feel frightened and disoriented before feeling his consciousness fade.Worried about her dad, April rushes home to find him struggling to stay conscious.Mark described his character’s incident as a “distressing” and “traumatic” experience, while Zoe defined it as “a new challenge”.However, the couple does not lose hope as they are determined to overcome the “bump in the road”.Mark told Express.co.uk and other media outlets: "There’s a great deal of hope that things can only get better from where they are, there’s positivity to be had from it too.“So hopefully apart from it being distressing, traumatic for the characters, also it will inspire them to get their lives back."And hopefully it will inspire the people watching to maybe change their lifestyles a little bit in order to head this off before it happens to them because it happens to so many people."Asked about April’s emotions following her dad’s stroke, Zoe pointed out that she had also suffered the loss of her mother and that there were “a lot of things echoing for her.”She said: “The kids sometimes are way more adaptable and accepting than he gives them credit for and she’s pretty strong and she’s amazing.“But you can’t erase the fact that she’s lost her own mother not that long ago, so there’s a lot of things echoing for her.”Zoe went on to explain how Rhona coped with the traumatic experience and how her life
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Emmerdale Rhona star's real-life connection with on-screen mum as Mary makes soap debut
Emmerdale viewers will be introduced to Rhona Goskirk's mum Mary in upcoming scenes.The village vet has always had a strained relationship with her mother and is left gobsmacked when she arrives in the village just as she proposes to Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock)Mary actress Louise Jameson has opened up about joining the cast of the ITV soap and opened up about her close bond with her on-screen daughter away from the village.She said: "Zoe Henry, who plays Rhona, comes from the exactly same place as me in Essex."We have a lot in common with each other which is a wonderful coincidence so we can really identify as mother and daughter."We've both played in the same parks and same forest growing up."I think she's fantastic on and off screen and I feel blessed to be paired up with her really."Emmerdale have a buddy scheme and she's my buddy so I feel like I've struck gold."Louise went on to tease what fans can expect from the Emmerdale village newcomer.She said "Mary is very much a push-pull character."I think she probably suffers from narcissistic personality disorder as most of her sentences start with "I"."Mary is going to get her fingers in as many pies as possible."She's got an opinion on everything that should be happening in the village rather than what could be happening in the village."Mary and Rhona push each other's buttons a lot of the time like a lot of mothers and daughters. However, when push comes to shove they've got each others backs."I hope that will be what becomes very apparent to our audience.
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Emmerdale's Jeff Hordley helped wife Zoe Henry deal with 'upsetting' time at work
Emmerdale's Jeff Hordley, 51, has been married to his wife and now co-star Zoe Henry, 48, since 2003. In an unearthed column, Zoe admitted that there are benefits to working together, as when Zoe has "upsetting" story lines, Jeff will always "completely understand" her if she is having a "bad day".Jeff was cast as Cain Dingle on Emmerdale in 2003, before having a short break from the show between 2006 and 2009.His wife, Zoe, who plays Rhona Goskirk, has had a permanent role on the show since early 2010.Zoe wrote a column back in March 2019, giving an insight to her daily life.The actress detailed her heavy storylines and how she deals with them.She said to The Sun: "Tough storylines can be heavy going."Rhona, my character on Emmerdale, has been through a lot, including rape and a hysterectomy."But when we cover difficult subjects there’s a really good rapport between the actors and crew as soon as the camera stops rolling."Zoe then continued to praise her husband, and how they both understand each other on set.She continued: "It’s important to have a laugh in-between takes so upsetting stories don’t get you down too much."Working on the same show as Jeff, who plays Cain Dingle, also helps because if one of us is having a bad day then the other will completely understand."Jeff recently addressed his long standing career and why he appeared to have gone on a television hiatus after not being on-screen for some years.It comes after the Cain Dingle actor had made the decision to leave Emmerdale 16 years ago.Speaking on Mike Artistik's Ego Podcast last year, the Dales star admitted that he had his fair share of setbacks.Jeff explained: "It's about knockbacks.
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Emmerdale's Zoe Henry reacts to cast announcement as former EastEnders star joins soap
Emmerdale star Zoe Henry has reacted to the news that a former EastEnders actress was set to join the ITV soap’s cast.The TV star took to Twitter today to share her excitement over Emmerdale’s latest update with her 104,600 followers.She retweeted a post shared by Emmerdale’s official Twitter account that read: “Casting news: Louise Jameson joins Emmerdale!”Zoe added: “Excited?…Me?? HELL YES!!” alongside a string of emojis, including a love heart.Louise quote-tweeted Zoe’s message, adding: “I'm the fortunate one.” along with three red love hearts.Fans of the TV classic seemed overjoyed too as the tweet received 254 likes.Twitter user Millionaires2b tweeted: “What  fantastic opportunity to work with this brilliant actress.“I wasn't in the UK when she was in Emmerdale before as I lived in BC Canada.“Was it Emmerdale or Emmerdale farm when she was in it.“I will Google her character.”Coronation Street star Stirling Gallacher said: “I’ve worked with Louise… she’s a fantastic woman!“Lucky you, lucky @emmerdale xxx”Mattbarraclough added: “Aww it's Rosa De Marco.“Loving her on classic eastenders at the moment.“Brilliant addition to an already amazing cast.”Juliarmurgy simply stated: “Absolutely Brilliant News.”Last year, Zoe’s husband, Emmerdale actor Jeff Hordley, revealed the reason why he quit the soap in 2006 after six years on the programme.The Cain Dingle actor explained he wanted to explore other areas of his life before returning to television.Speaking on Mike Artistik's Ego Podcast, he said: “From 2000 until 2006, I'd only been four years out of drama school."I hadn't ticked all of the boxes that I wanted to tick.“There were a couple of places where I wanted to work in London."I wanted to fulfil those things.So for