Emmerdale actress Charley Webb has asked her fans for help with her son Ace's feeding struggle. On Monday, the 31-year-old mother of three uploaded a series of Instagram Stories, in which she explained: "So I am breastfeeding, and he [Ace] has the odd bottle of formula. If anyone else is mixing a little bit, what formula do you use? Because the one we're using at the moment, he's sicking it up - all over me."
This certainly isn't the first time that Charley has spoken frankly about the ups and downs of motherhood. In July, Charley announced that her tresses have been much greasier since giving birth to her third child and again took to Instagram to ask whether or not any of her followers had experienced anything similar.
Charley reached out to her fans on Instagram
On Sunday, the Emmerdale star shared an adorable snap of her new baby Ace, and fans went into meltdown. Although his face couldn't be seen, little Ace donned an adorable orange jumper that said: "Kindness is my superpower," and Charley's followers could barely handle the cuteness. One wrote: "What a beautiful, sweet little boy. You're so lucky, enjoy every minute!" Another added: "What a beautiful little boy it's a shame that not everyone is as kind as Ace!"
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Little Ace in his adorable jumper!
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Baby Ace was born in July and is Charley's third son with her husband and co-star Matthew Wolfenden. While the 31-year-old actress rarely posts photos that show her children's faces, she can't resist sharing some of their cutest moments, and it's safe to say that this weekend's post was no exception!
Charley announced her pregnancy back in February, and she and hubby Matthew also share nine-year-old Buster and three-year-old Bowie. The couple married in 2018 with their Emmerdale co-star Lucy Pargeter acting as a bridesmaid.
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