Amy Nuttall ‘back with cheating husband’ Andrew Buchan for third time | Soaps


Amy Nuttall ‘back with cheating husband’ Andrew Buchan for third time | Soaps

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Amy Nuttall and her husband Andrew Buchan reportedly split for the first time last year (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)

Amy Nuttall and her husband Andrew Buchan are back together for the third time, according to reports.

Last year, the 41-year-old Emmerdale actress and her Broadchurch star husband, 45, were at the centre of split rumours following the latter’s alleged affair.

Andrew allegedly ‘fell’ for his Better co-star Leila Farzad, 39, while filming the new BBC thriller, which led to the couple splitting last year.

However, Amy – who shares two children with her spouse – was said to have taken Andrew back under the condition he sticks to strict rules.

According to Amy, the couple are living together again.

Speaking about their family home in Buckinghamshire, she told The Sunday Times: ‘I’m the joint owner of our comfortable family home in Buckinghamshire.

Amy – who shares two children with her spouse – was said to have taken Andrew back under the condition he sticks to strict rules (Picture: Getty)

‘We owned a smaller house before.’

Last February, reports emerged that Andrew had left his wife for his Better co-star Leila, 39, while they were filming the BBC thriller series (Picture: BBC/Sister Pictures/Ross Fergusan)

Amy apparently took him back but allegedly said he must follow a strict set of rules that include weekly date nights and full access to each other’s phones – also known as the 777 approach.

The 777 approach means going on a date every week, going away for the night every seven weeks and holidaying as a couple every seven months.

After the alleged cheating rumours hit the headlines, it was reported that Andrew and Leila were ‘living together’, much to the ‘shock’ of those around him.

Amy is best known for playing Chloe Atkinson on Emmerdale from 2000 until 2005 and then going on to play housemaid Ethel Parks in period drama Downton Abbey.

Andrew kicked off his career in 2005 after graduating from Durham University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts when he appeared onstage as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

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His career in television began in 2006 when he appeared as the vicar, St. John Rivers, in the adaptation of Jane Eyre.

The couple share two children, a daughter, and a son, though much of their life is kept out of the public eye. has reached out to Amy and Andrew’s reps for comment.

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