Emmerdale actress Charley Webb leaves fans gobsmacked with video of her son and on-screen daughter singing stunning duet

Emmerdale actress Charley Webb leaves fans gobsmacked with video of her son and on-screen daughter singing stunning duet

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EMMERDALE actress Charley Webb left fans gobsmacked with a video of son singing with her on-screen daughter on Instagram.

The Debbie Dingle actress was flooded with comments after nine-year-old Buster sang the lead harmony in the clip to Eddie Vedder’s track Tonight You Belong To Me.

Emmerdale actress Charley Webb stunned fans with a video of her kids’ singing on Instagram

Katie Hill, 16, who plays Debbie’s daughter Sarah Sugden in the ITV soap, joined the little star and

Charley, who also has son Bowie, three, and two-month-old Wolf, captioned the video: “My 2.”

After Buster and his pal sang their hearts out comments flooded in, with Michelle Keegan, Adam Thomas, Lucy-Jo Hudson and Giovanna Fletcher sharing praise.

One fan wrote: “Wow! Gave me goosebumps, just beautiful”

Charley Webb has three kids and her eldest son has an incredible singing voice
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Another said: “Wow, that lil man has sum voice!!”

Charley has three kids, including three-year-old Bowie and two-month old son Ace.

The actress recently hit back at trolls who criticised her for not cutting her children’s hair and claimed the boys “look like girls”..

Not one to take the abuse lying down, Charley – who is married to Matthew Wolfenden – took to her Instagram to silence the haters.

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Charley, pictured with her eldest Buster, has hit back at trolls shaming her for growing her sons’ hair[/caption]

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I get asked so many times on here why my kids have got long hair. ‘Why don’t you cut it?’ Or, ‘they look like girls’. The answer is really simple, because we like it and more importantly they like it. I absolutely don’t feel like I need to explain it to anyone who has an opinion but I just think life would be so much easier if we all just focused on our own lives. Don’t let my kids hair worry you. I think people think they have a right to have an opinion because of social media. Maybe you do. But try keeping it to yourself, it’s not important to us what you think of how our kids look. Or how we look. Or their names or whatever it is you might want to comment on. I was always taught, if you’ve got nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. Try practicing it peeps. There’s enough awful stuff in the world without being mean to each other. They’ve got another t shirt that says, I’m a boy, I’ve just got better hair than you. True dat.✌🏽

A post shared by CharleyWebb (@miss_charleywebb) on Sep 8, 2019 at 1:35pm PDT

The actress, 31, posted a picture of her eldest son Buster, 9, sporting shiny shoulder-length locks and wearing a t-shirt with the slogan Long Hair, Don’t Care #Boy.

Alongside the snap Charley wrote a lengthy caption which hit back at her critics.

She said: “I get asked so many times on here why my kids have got long hair. ‘Why don’t you cut it?’ Or, ‘they look like girls’. The answer is really simple, because we like it and more importantly they like it.

“I absolutely don’t feel like I need to explain it to anyone who has an opinion but I just think life would be so much easier if we all just focused on our own lives. Don’t let my kids hair worry you.”

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Charley and Matthew posed with their three sons for the cover of OK! last month[/caption]

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Charley’s Emmerdale co-star Emma Atkins poses for a shot with her long-locked boys[/caption]

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Charley regularly shows off her handsome sons on Instagram[/caption]

The Bury-born lass, who plays Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, continued her tirade against keyboard warriors, adding: “I think people think they have a right to have an opinion because of social media. Maybe you do. But try keeping it to yourself, it’s not important to us what you think of how our kids look. Or how we look. Or their names or whatever it is you might want to comment on.

“I was always taught, if you’ve got nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. Try practicing it peeps. There’s enough awful stuff in the world without being mean to each other. They’ve got another t shirt that says, I’m a boy, I’ve just got better hair than you. True dat.”

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Charley plays Debbie Dingle in Emmerdale[/caption]

Charley’s candid, defiant post attracted a outpouring of support from her followers, including her celebrity pals.

Michelle Keegan posted a series of clapping hand emojis underneath the post.


Writer and mum blogger Giovanna Fletcher said: “Well said! Also fully supportive of the other tee…look at that SHINE!! I’m jealous Xxxx.”

Dancing on Ice professional Matt Evers wrote: “Preach!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Catherine Tyldesley added several emojis of hands held up in praise, plus a heart-eyes emoji.

And former Corrie actress Lucy Jo Hudson weighed in: “Wow, he’s the double of you. Little stunner he is xxx.”


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