Inside Emmerdale star Dan Spencers home – from cosy garden to cheeky costumes

Liam Fox may be best known for playing hapless romantic Dan Spencer in Emmerdale, but away from the screen, he's quite the opposite.

Dan has had a turbulent time in the Dales since he first appeared on our screens in 2011, being married three times, suffering injuries in the helicopter crash and tragically losing some of his friends.

Amazingly, he wasn't even meant to be around for long after his first appearance: Liam was only brought in for an eight-episode stint.

He impressed producers and fans so much that he was kept on and ten years later remains a fan favourite.

Liam was previously married to soap star Nicole Barber-Lane who used to play Hollyoaks matriarch, Myra McQueen but sadly after 16 years of marriage, the pair divorced in 2015.

Since Liam split from Nicole, he went on to find love again and he is now married to Joanna Hudson.

The loved-up pair, who actually dated previously whilst Liam was at university, tied the knot in 2020.

They live in a stunning four-bed house in Cheshire, which includes sentimental items including pieces of art dedicated to their love of animals and a family photo wall.

The pair also proudly show off their duck egg coloured larder in their kitchen where they store their favourite foods.

From various posts on social media, we can see that the pair's back garden boasts cream fences, a large grey outdoor sofa with a matching coffee table and a sage green shed.

Back indoors, there's an open-plan kitchen that has cream cabinets with a solid woodwork top covering a dividing breakfast bar that doubles as storage for their wine glasses with inbuilt glasses holders. The neutral decor is broken up by a teal velvet occasion chair.

Liam and Joanna’s living room has a feature wall covered in wallpaper and a large round mirror.

They have grey crushed velvet seating, a beige rug and black furniture for the perfect neutral space.

Liam has previously appeared in social videos where his stacked wardrobe can be seen.

It's a far cry from his character, who once had a major story where he ended up homeless in the Dales!

The duo also have a rescue dog.

Meanwhile, Emmerdale fans were left underwhelmed during the week after a dramatic buildup to a few of the key storylines for the soap were paid off.

The ITV hit soap had treated viewers to a flash-forward scene at the start of each show this week which predicted the characters' fates.

But viewers fumed and labelled the flashback scenes during Thursday's episode as 'absolutely pathetic.

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