Keeping Faith’s Eve Myles is expecting third child with co-star and real-life husband Brad Freegard
Eve Myles has announced the happy news that she is expecting her third child with husband Brad Freegard, who also plays her on-screen husband, Evan Howells in Keeping Faith.
The star shared the news on her Twitter account with a smiling photograph of herself looking into the sun with closed eyes behind her sunglasses.
Alongside the image Eve wrote, “we would love to share with you all…baby No3 is well and truly on the way!”
We would love to share with you all...baby No3 is well and truly on the way! #mamaandbumpenjoyingthesun
— Eve Myles (@TeamEveMyles) April 24, 2021
The post received thousands of likes as well as many retweets and comments from well-wishers, including co-star Mark Lewis Jones.
Mark, who plays Eve Myles’ love interest Steve Baldini in the show, commented with a heart and flamingo emoji.
Fans were also quick to congratulate the star saying, “congratulations on your wonderful news” and “that is fantastic news. I’m over the moon for you and Brad and girls! You all deserve so much happiness.”
One commenter added, “any kid with your genes is already winning” and another said that if she had a girl the couple should name her Faith, after Eve’s character in the show.
Eve and Brad already have two daughters together, Matilda aged 11 and Siena aged eight.
The third series of Keeping Faith was released on BBC iPlayer all together as well as being shown weekly on BBC One. The Welsh language version Un Bore Mercher aired on SC4 in November last year.
Following the success of the Welsh drama’s first and second series, a third was commissioned and Olivier award-winner Celia Imrie joined the cast.
Keeping Faith is available to watch on BBC iPlayer now.
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