Emmerdale star Amy Nuttall has reunited with her husband Andrew Buchan following his alleged affair with his co-star Leila Farzad and has set a series of strict rules he must follow.
Broadchurch star Andrew, 44, was believed to have left his wife of 11 years, Amy, 41, for Leila, 39, after they met on the set of BBC crime drama Better Together.
Now, Downton Abbey alum Amy is said to have forgiven him, as long as the couple follow seven rules as their reconciliation continues.
Last month, Andrew was spotted driving away from the family home with his wedding ring firmly intact. Now, the Sun reports the couple – who share two children – are giving things another go with a series of non-negotiable terms.
Amongst these is reportedly the 777 rule, which is a guideline for couples with the goal of being intentional about creating special moments and memories with your partner.
A source told The Sun: “No one thought they could come back from this but Amy has decided to give it one more go.
“She doesn’t want to throw away over a decade together but at the same time she is far from a pushover.
"They will adopt the 777 approach which means every seven days you go on a date, every seven weeks you go away for the night and every seven months you go away on holiday just the two of you.”
OK! has contacted Amy and Andrew's reps for comment.
The 777 rule suggests that couples should go on a date every seven days, an overnight getaway every seven weeks, and a week-long holiday every seven months.
It appears to have originated on a Reddit thread in 2015 and has reappeared on social media recently as a form of relationship advice, being shared widely across TikTok.
Another common variation is the 222 rule, which is perhaps more achievable for most as it sees couple aim for a date night every two weeks, a weekend away every two months and a week away every two years.
The other terms and conditions reportedly set by Amy for Andrew include an order that he cannot ever contact his co-star ex Leila ever again.
If he is working away he must check in via FaceTime, and they must have full access to each other’s phones at all times.
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