Charley Webb has shared two new photos of her sons Buster and Bowie, and they are absolutely adorable. In the first, four-year-old Bowie can be seen pushing his little brother Ace in a pram. Charley added the caption: "Big brother duties, can't actually see where he's going." Little Ace, six months, is tucked up in a pushchair that's so big, Bowie can't see over the top of it! In the second photo, the Emmerdale actress can be seen standing in the middle of a remote road as she hugs her nine-year-old son Buster, while Bowie can be seen to the left of the frame facing away from the camera. The doting mum added the hilarious caption: "Stood in a mood because he didn't want his photo taken."
Baby Ace was born in July and is Charley's third son with her husband and Emmerdale co-star Matthew Wolfenden. The 31-year-old actress often posts photos of her children, and it seems she can't resist sharing some of their cutest moments and biggest milestones with her fans.
Bowie pushing baby Ace
But as well as the highs, Charley also details the lows. Earlier in November, the actress suffered a difficult night with little Ace and was unable to get her son to sleep. She told her followers: "Ace has been up all night! Every 20 minutes crying. From the moment I put him down last night. Emma slept in my bed and had to be up for work. Woke up this morning thrilled with himself. I. AM. DEAD. Today will be spent drinking coffee."
Bowie didn't want his photo taken
Buster and Bowie are the best big brothers in the world, and it's not just the latter who helps mum out with baby Ace. In November, the soap star shared a photo of Buster holding his baby brother Ace's hand – who was pictured laying on the floor on a rug, surrounded by animal toys and a blanket. In the caption, Charley wrote: "Animal instinct. Took this picture when Ace was about a week old and I've captured so many exactly the same since. Buster's love for his littlest brother breaks me (and for Bowie but they just fight a bit more)."
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