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Emmerdale’s Zoe Henry stunned by throwback photo of husband Jeff Hordley ‘My goodness’

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Despite being married to Cain Dingle actor Jeff Hordley since 2003, EMMERDALE actress Zoe Henry was nonetheless taken aback by an old snapshot of him.

Ranvir Singh recently had Zoe Henry on Lorraine to discuss the Emmerdale plot involving her Rhona Goskirk character. Ranvir brought up Zoe’s marriage to Jeff, a Dingle actor, as they discussed Rhona’s impending nuptials to Marlon Dingle (played by Mark Charnock).

Despite the fact that they both work in Emmerdale, the couple married in 2003, have two children together, and hardly ever appear in the same scenes.

You’re married to a Dingle in real life, Ranvir commented.

He couldn’t possibly be any less like a Dingle, Zoe retorted.

The actress couldn’t believe what she was seeing as a throwback image of Jeff as Cain appeared as she talked.

She shouted, “Good Lord, that’s a very old picture, my goodness.”

Although Zoe said, “I’m not sure I do,” Ranvir emphasized that she “liked” the picture.

In the same conversation, Zoe was open about her marriage to Jeff and acknowledged that their recent attempt at gardening had failed.

“You’ve got green thumbs, the both of you,” the host commented.

We’re getting there, Zoe said in reference to the couple’s allotment.

“I believe that we are enthusiastic amateurs. We are not experts in any way.

“Our cucumbers failed for the second year in a row, so we had to pull them up. We’re not very good, but there’s always room for improvement!

Jeff has been taking care of the allotment because Zoe has been a significant part of an Emmerdale narrative.

We frequently practice line learning together, she said.

“Obviously, he’s managing everything; we have two kids, two dogs, and an allotment.

As I start to sort of calm down, [Jeff] is going to become busy, so we’ll switch the baton at that point.

In the meantime, the actress opened up to Express.co.uk about her worries about leaving the ITV serial.

There is no room for complacency in this industry—or really, in any job—today, according to Zoe.

“However, I don’t believe anyone feels as though they are in it for the long haul, and much of our work is done under contracts that are renewed annually.

“Having been here for so long, though, does feel pleasant.”

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