Emmerdale actress Amy Nuttall is thought to have taken her husband Andrew Buchan back after he allegedly cheated on her.

Although it seems like the pair, both from Bolton, are back together, Nuttall has set some ground rules for Broadchurch actor Buchan, according to The Sun.

The 41-year-old is said to have banned 44-year-old Buchan from contacting his co-star, ex Leila Farzad, who he is thought to have cheated on Amy with.

Amy and Andrew will also be trying out the 777 dating rule, a source has told The Sun.

What is the 777 dating rule?

The 777 dating rule involves going on regular dates, nights away and holidays.

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.”

Other rules that have been reportedly set in place by Amy are that Andrew must call her via FaceTime if he is working away and the couple must have constant access to each other’s phones.

The source added: “Whilst Andrew has been the breadwinner and Amy has slotted more into the mother role in their household, they will become equals in terms of work.”

Nuttall was left broken when her husband of 11 years and father to their two children left her for 39-year-old actress Leila Farzad, The Sun reports.