Keeping Faith co-stars Eve Myles and Bradley Freegard welcome third ‘angel’ daughter

Keeping Faith's Eve Myles has given birth to her third daughter with co-star Bradley Freegard.

Bradley announced the good news on his social media, and shared his joy at now being a dad of three girls.

The proud parent uploaded a close-up of the baby's hand and tweeted: "She’s been here a couple of weeks now. She truly is an angel. So proud of ⁦@TeamEveMyles⁩. #Dadofthree."

His wife Eve then reposted the tweet on her page with multiple praying hand emojis added.

The couple are yet to announce the name of their little one, who was born last month. They are already parents to daughters Matilda, 11, and Siena, eight.

Eve shared the news that she was expecting another baby back in April by posting a photo to Twitter of her enjoying the sunshine.

She wrote alongside the snap: "We would love to share with you all… baby No3 is well and truly on the way! #mamaandbumpenjoyingthesun."

Back in 2013, Eve and Bradley tied the knot in a small intimate wedding ceremony.

They eloped with their daughter Matilda who was only three years old at the time.

Bradley and Eve are childhood sweethearts who met when they were both teenagers back in 1994.

Both of them attended the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff and started officially dating in 1998.

In 2009, Bradley told Wales Online: "I was attracted to her straight away, she's got a fantastic personality and similar sense of humour as me, so we just get on really well."

Eve and Bradley worked together on Keeping Faith and Eve told You magazine about finding out that they would be co-stars.

She said: "I was in hospital after a dusting accident, I’d polished my coffee table with a Dettol wipe and a piece of wood went into my hand and it seized up..

"I ended up needing two operations and I was in bed recovering when Brad came in and said, 'Babes, I didn’t get the part.' I said, 'Oh well, a door closes and another opens,' and he went on, 'But they’ve offered me Evan.' I just laughed and said, 'You’re going to have to get me more morphine!' I was just so thrilled at the prospect of working with Brad again, I couldn’t believe it."

In 2003, the pair worked alongside each other in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Titus Andronicus.

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