Charley Webb: Emmerdale star plans to move son’s ‘annoying’ Christmas birthday to summer | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Charley Webb: Emmerdale star plans to move son’s ‘annoying’ Christmas birthday to summer | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV


Emmerdale actress Charley Webb, 32, has taken to Instagram to address her thoughts over her four-year-old son Bowie’s upcoming birthday, which falls just before Christmas. The Debbie Dingle star revealed she is thinking of celebrating his birthday in the summer instead, as she admitted it is “really annoying” his special day is in December.

Charley is a mum to her three sons, Bowie, Buster, 10, and one-year-old Ace with her husband Matthew Wolfenden, 40.

The ITV soap star addressed Bowie’s upcoming fifth birthday in a series of videos in view of her 473,000 Instagram followers.

She began to share: “I am really not one for getting into Christmas too early because I feel like when you do it too soon, you’re bored of it when Christmas comes.

“But this year, I’m like, Christmas can go on for the next six months because everything else is rubbish.”

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“We got the forms over a month ago, I just ignored them all because the thought of him going to high school really stresses me out for so many different reasons.

“The virtual videos that we’ve got, we finally watched the other day and I just believe that we’re having to choose his high school from a video.”

The actress went on to address her concerns with her fans while revealing she chose her sons’ primary schools based on the feeling she got from going in to visit, which is no longer possible because of coronavirus restrictions.

“School is so important, they spend so much time there and I chose Buster’s primary school and Bowie’s primary school purely on the way it felt,” she added.


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