It's the moment many parents dread – dropping their child off at school for the first time. Charley Webb was already emotional thinking about her son Bowie starting school, so when the time came she made sure she documented the huge milestone with several adorable family photos.
The Emmerdale actress took to her Instagram Stories to show the four-year-old twinning with his older brother Buster, 10, in their red and black uniform. Grinning for the camera with the arms around one another, she wrote: "Just like that, he's started school."
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And Charley wasn't the only member of the family sad to see him leave – her youngest son Ace also appeared to squeeze in a quick cuddle! "Couldn't forget his littlest baby," she continued. Bowie posed with his matching red book bag over his shoulder and a grey water bottle as one-year-old Ace crawled towards him on the bench. How sweet!
The doting mum shared a photo of Buster and Bowie in matching school uniforms
On Wednesday night, Charley also shared a heartfelt tribute to her little boy ahead of his first day. The 32-year-old, her husband Matthew Wolfenden and Bowie cuddled up for a sweet family snap, which was captioned: "My little shadow is heading to school tomorrow."
Baby Ace even got to say goodbye to Bowie before school!
She continued: "I can’t even begin to explain how emotional I’ve been feeling, I’m sure loads of people feel like this when their babies are starting their school journey (please tell me I’m not on my own). Now I’ve been off work for so long I feel like I’m so used to having him by my side, he follows me everywhere I go and I love it."
Charley revealed she was emotional over her son's new milestone
Despite her reservations, the mum-of-three revealed Bowie couldn't wait to follow in his big brothers' footsteps! "He’s beyond excited to start tomorrow and be one of the ‘big kids’ and I’m so encouraging of it but god I’m finding it hard. It feels like starting reception is the first day of letting them go a little and start their own journey.
"He will be absolutely fine and will LOVE it, I know he will. You just might find me sobbing in the corner for a few days but I’m sure I’ll get used to it very quickly."