Charley Webb's Emmerdale co-star questions Piers Morgan move: 'Why you asking ...

Louise Marwood, 40, who used to star as Emmerdale's Chrissie White, has questioned her ex co-star, Charley Webb's question to Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan, about the current coronavirus crisis the nation is facing. The comedian called out her co-star on Twitter.

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Why are you asking him?

Louise Marwood

Louise's query comes after Emmerdale's Debbie Dingle star wrote to her 444,000 followers: "I know window cleaners and gardeners work outside but surely they’re not essential workers.

"Shouldn’t they be staying at home? They’ve been at 2 of our neighbours today, I’m confused about this ‘lockdown’.

"Shouldn’t we all just be at home unless we absolutely can’t? @piersmorgan."

Soon after the star took to Twitter, Louise then followed her question up by asking: "Why are you asking him?"

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Backing Piers up like the rest of Charley's followers, the latter responded to her former on-screen colleague: "Have you not been reading his feed?

"It wasn’t really a question, it was a discussion.

"This has been the only thing on GMB and I’ve been following it. Why?" the soap actress continued.

Not long after Charley responded, one fan wrote back: "He's the only person left in this world that talks sense," however another said: "It makes no sense for anyone to be asking Piers Morgan anything to do with 'essential work', let alone government directive(s)."

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