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Charley Webb delights fans with adorable video of son Ace's very messy eating

The Emmerdale star has three children with actor Matthew Wolfenden

Andrea Caamano

Charley Webb's 11-month-old son Ace loves food, and that was clear to see on Thursday, when the proud mum-of-three shared the funniest video of her youngest boy at dinner time.

In the brief clip, Ace can be seen covered completely in tomato sauce after devouring a big plate of pasta. And it seems that the little boy might have had room for more, as he was filmed enthusiastically trying to eat the plate.

"One way to eat," Charley wrote across the video.

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WATCH Charley Webb's son devouring a plate of pasta

The Emmerdale actress recently opened up to fans about Ace's eating habits, revealing that he "loves his food but has always been fussy with flavours".

The 32-year-old also shared a very personal post in which she spoke about suffering from post-natal depression and how difficult she found the jump from two children to three.

"This is our first picture as a 5. A couple of hours after Ace was born. I can't lie, I find being pregnant really hard but at the same time I do know how lucky I am to be able to fall pregnant pretty easily/at all," she wrote alongside a lovely photo of the family-of-five.

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Charley posing with her three children, Buster, Bowis and Ace

Opening up about her post-natal depression she said: "I suffered with post-natal depression after Buster which I didn’t realise at the time. With Bowie I was so aware how I felt before that I really managed things much better. I made sure I got him in a routine really early on and for me, I think that helped me (I’m a bit of a control freak).

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"The jump from 2-3 I found the hardest. Luckily Ace is a really good baby but suddenly there's more of them than there is of you."

Sharing some advice with fellow mums, she added: "As I've got older (and had more babies) I've learnt that talking to friends and being honest with how I'm feeling has been the best thing for me. That would be my biggest piece of advice, be honest, be truthful. No feelings are wrong, no matter what they are. We all have good days and bad and that's ok."

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