Emmerdale Zoe Henry’s co star husband’s reaction to her marrying Marlon Dingle
Zoe Henry from Emmerdale has revealed how her real-life spouse feels about her marriage to Marlon Dingle in the show.
The ITV show’s Rhona Ghoskirk, played by the soap opera diva, is well-known. Since her fiancé had a stroke, her on-screen counterpart in the show has experienced a difficult time.
But there will soon be happier times as she will wed Marlon in a touching episode that will air the following week.
Off-screen, Zoe is blissfully married to Emmerdale great Jeff Hordley, who is best known for playing Cain Dingle on the show.
The two have been in a relationship since their initial encounter at acting school in 1994.
When Rhona and Marlon exchange vows in the church with Cain there, Zoe reported that nothing seemed out of the ordinary.
She stated to the ECHO: “Since I also married Paddy in front of him, it wasn’t the first time, but let’s move on from it. We do it for a living. I’m aware that it appears that I’m pedestrianizing it.
“We entered the country together and returned home together. On the drive home, we discussed the allotment. It was really informal since Jeff seemed to be unfazed by it.”
Rhona will continue using the Ghoskirk last name after the marriage, Zoe further stated. Added her: “I don’t want my on-screen hubby to have the same last name as myself.
Leo is a Ghoskirk, and she has never altered her name. With their two kids, Violet and Stan, Zoe and Jeff live a joyful life. They frequently post updates on Instagram showing their family caring for their allotment.
Although their two characters live in the same village, the couple rarely appears together on screen, and Zoe has previously told Lorraine Kelly that this is good for their relationship.
She laughed: “it is fantastic. We enjoy the fact that we live distinct lives at work.” Although Zoe has a solid marriage off-screen, she is less hopeful about Rhona’s prospects for a stable life with Marlon.
She uttered: “I’ll give it a year even though it’s soap. Happiness is drama-free. It’s vital to display it because people like to see it, but who knows?”