Emmerdale’s Amy Nuttall takes back famous husband for third time after marriage rule break

Amy Nuttall is back with her husband Andrew Buchan for a third time, she appeared to confirm in a new interview.

The 41-year-old who starred in Emmerdale and Downton Abbey reportedly kicked her husband Andrew, 44, out of their family home for a second time after he failed to follow their seven-rule plan in August.

She was said to have imposed the set of rules in a bid to save their marriage after his alleged fling with actress and co-star Leila Farzad, 41.

They originally had ended their 11-year marriage in February last year after he moved in with his co-star Leila.

She is now believed to have reconciled with her husband and Amy addressed their reunion while she discussed the couple’s finances.

Speaking to The Sunday Times, the on-screen star discussed her yearly salary and recent income, saying: “Generally speaking, in the last financial year — what can I tell you? — below a hundred grand, but I’m married so it all goes into one pot. So it’s not as scary because I can lean on that.”

Amy continued: “I’m the joint owner of our comfortable family home in Buckinghamshire. We owned a smaller house before.”

The Sun previously revealed how Amy was left “shocked and crying every day” after Andrew fell for his co-star Leila on the set of BBC show Better two years ago.

Sources claimed Andrew failed to stick to marriage “rules” drawn up by Amy at the time they split the first time. Neither had spoken publicly about the separation.

After Valentine’s Day last year, the Emmerdale star shared a cryptic message on her social media.

The post read: “I am not impressed by money, social status or job title. I’m impressed by the way someone treats other human beings.”

Three months later, Andrew was seen wearing his wedding ring which sparked reconciliation rumours. The pair tied the knot in 2012 and they share two children together.

Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Amy, Andrew and Leila for comment.


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