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Charley Webb has revealed an amazing Pokémon-inspired birthday tent for her eldest son Buster.
The Emmerdale actress, 33, shared a glimpse of the gorgeous tent decked with red and gold balloons to celebrate her son’s 11th birthday.
Charley, who also shares son Bowie, five, and one-year-old Ace, with fellow ITV soap star husband Matthew Wolfenden, 40, gave her 502,000 Instagram followers a peek inside the tent.
The huge white tent was decorated with a huge balloon arch, featuring miniature Pikachus, and a blackboard easel which read: “Happy 11th birthday Buster.”
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Taking a look inside, four miniature beds had been set up with bedding and red pillows for the ultimate sleepover.
Meanwhile each tray had its own lantern, faux plant and an adorable Pokémon character.
And the tent appeared to have the seal of approval from the boys, who could be seen excitedly playing in their very own birthday den.
Speaking on the Instagram story, Charley said: “Very excited we have got a Pokémon tent for Buster’s birthday. How cute is this, boys?”
Captioning the Instagram clip, she penned: “Pokémon tent for Buster’s birthday arrived yesterday. They have been in it ever since.
“I felt so bad for him having another lockdown birthday. Especially his last one in primary school.”
It comes after Charley recently opened up on her son Ace's bad behaviour, revealing he smacks his siblings and throws his toys.
The mum-of-three welcomed Ace in July 2019 — but it seems he may have reached the "terrible twos" stage a few months early.
Taking to Instagram, she filmed herself saying: "The most common answer for my ridiculously, ridiculous small human child was to ignore him when he starts smacking or throwing.
"Also, I'm not sure if I have said but he doesn't just do it in temper, he just does it.
"It's not like he only does it when he's really frustrated, just like, you know, he will just come up to you and whack you one.
"Or he'll just walk past his toys and just fling them on the floor. He just does it, I don't know, anyway we just choose to ignore him but we all have to be on the same page.
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"I'm not sure that Bowie is going to ignore him when he whacks him around the face."
She continued to quip: "Just going to have to see if he grows out of it, and if not, we'll sell him."
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