Emmerdale co-stars Charley Webb, Emma Atkins and Zoe Henry reunite after lockdown for a swanky meal

EMMERDALE co-stars Charley Webb, Emma Atkins and Zoe Henry reunite as they enjoy a swanky meal.

The soap stars were all smiles as they enjoyed some time together following the easing of more lockdown restrictions in the UK this week.

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Debbie Dingle star Charley, 33, her on-screen mother Emma Atkins, 46, and Rhona Goskirk star Zoe Henry, 47, appeared to having a jolly old time over some wine in a fancy restaurant.

They were joined by co-stars Charlotte Bellamy, 48, who plays Laurel Thomas and Roxy Shahidi, 38, who portrays Leyla Harding.

Charley beamed at the camera, while Emma appeared to be smiling behind her hands which covered her face.

Charlotte grinned while she closed her eyes and Zoe and Roxy were talking to each other across the table in a way that wouldn't have been out of place in an episode of Emmerdale.

Delighted to be with her colleagues, Charley posted the photo to Instagram and said: "Never been happier. Back together ♡."

Jacob Gallagher star Joe-Warren Plant wrote in the comments: "Brilliant picture!", and this was followed many other comments from fans who were delighted to see the stars of the Yorkshire Dales serial drama all together.

One gushed: "Beaut ladiesss 🥰😍, hope you’ve had the best nighttt x"

While another penned: "Hope you all had a fabulous night Ladies, all brilliant actresses. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️"

The Emmerdale quintet will soon be welcoming a new cast member as it was announced Rupaul's Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne has been signed up.

The drag queen – who triumphed in the first season of the drag competition – will appear in a special pride episode of the soap next month.

Playing herself, The Vivienne will make an appearance at Emmerdale’s first Pride day, which will see the village church and LGBTQ+ communities join forces for a day of celebration.

The Vivienne shared: "I am so happy that I will be part of Emmerdale's first ever Pride, it's great for Emmerdale to be doing this and I’m delighted to be part of it."

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