Charley Webb provides update on her ‘glasses journey’
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Emmerdale star Charley Webb, 33, has taken to Instagram to reassure her fans that she is now feeling much better after struggling with her new glasses earlier this week. It comes after the Debbie Dingle star informed her 502,000 followers that she had purchased her first-ever pair of glasses after being diagnosed with astigmatism.
However, the mum-of-three initially found the spectacles “weird” to wear, as they made everything appear larger than her.
Fortunately, Charley revealed last night that her eyes are not taking “as long to adjust” when she removes the glasses now.
The soap star said in a video: “So, day three of the glasses.
“They seem to be loads better, like when I take them off, my eyes don’t take as long to adjust.
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“So I’m obviously getting used to them, just in case you were worried about my glasses journey.
“And that’s it really, nothing much to report.”
Charley went on to give an insight into her family life with husband Matthew Wolfenden and their three sons, Buster, 10, Bowie, five, and Ace, one.
She explained that Bowie had left his bed to grab a snack from the kitchen before rolling it across the floor and back to his bedroom.
The actress said: “Bowie came back downstairs tonight because he said he was really hungry and he wanted an apple, which he rolled from the fruit bowl to his bed, rolled it across the floor.
“And I was like, ‘Can you not do that? The floor has got germs on it’.
“And he was like, ‘No, this is a great way to get my apple to bed’, oh my word that kid,” Charley sighed.
The star previously documented the first part of her experience with glasses and shared the struggles she was facing with them.
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She said: “So these are the first pair of glasses I have picked up, I pick the other ones up tomorrow.
“I mean it’s weird, cause when I look down at the floor, I feel like I become one foot tall. The floor is like really really high.
“Is that normal? I don’t like it. Apparently, I’ve got astigmatism, which is where your eyeball is like rugby shape, not football shape.
“So yeah, what do we think, yes or no,” she asked fans.
Underneath the clip, Charley typed: “Probably best not to say no now I’ve got them.”
Astigmatism is a type of refractive error in which the eye does not focus light evenly on the retina.
This results in distorted or blurred vision at any distance.
Other symptoms can include eyestrain, headaches, and trouble driving at night.
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