Keeping Faith's Eve Myles, 42, pregnant with third child with co-star husband Brad Freegard

Keeping Faith's Eve Myles, 42, pregnant with third child with co-star husband Brad Freegard

April 24, 2021

KEEPING Faith's Eve Myles has confirmed she is expecting her third baby with her co-star husband Brad Freegard.

The Welsh star, 42, revealed hers and her on-screen hubby's happy pregnancy news to fans on Twitter today.


Eve posted a picture of herself relaxing in the spring sunshine while wearing sunglasses and a fluffy hooded jacket.

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

Eve's announcement has been met with a flurry of messages from hers and Brad's thrilled fanbase.

One commented: "What beautiful news! Congratulations to you and your loved ones!! Enjoy the sun lovely."


Another added: "Aww. You don't know me so this is probably a bit weird, but I'm really happy for you and your family. You seem to be such a genuine, lovely person and deserve all wonderful things."

Making reference to Keeping Faith, a third teased: "Gorgeous news! Am I the only one wondering if it is Steve Baldini’s???"

Eve and Brad tied the knot in 2013 and they have two daughters together, Matilda, 11, and six-year-old Siena.

They met at the National Youth Theatre in 1994 and went on to work alongside each other in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Titus Andronicus in 2003.

These days, the husband and wife are best known for playing now-separated couple Faith and Evan Howells in BBC1's Keeping Faith, which is currently in its third series.

In 2019, Eve revealed that Brad had originally auditioned for a smaller role in the Welsh drama, but ended up being cast a Evan.

Recalling the moment she found out, Eve told You magazine: "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."

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