Catherine Tyldelsey has given her fans a dose of mega cuteness thanks to a new video featuring her adorable son Alfie.
The Coronation Street actress, best known for playing Eva Price, uploaded a sweet mother-son moment to Instagram showing her and Alfie, two, playing with filters and enjoying a sing-a-long together.
Little Alfie can be seen giggling away and singing merrily - though he doesn't manage to keep up the same tune or song as his famous mum, and instead starts to sing happy birthday!
Cath captioned the clip: "Rehearsals going well #boycott #diva #lovesbirthdays."
Fans absolutely loved the video, with one telling her: "So precious! I love that he laughs just like you."
The soap beauty gave birth to Alfie, her first child with personal trainer husband Tom Pitfield, in March 2015.
The 33-year-old told Hello magazine: "We’d love for Alfie to have a little brother or sister. I once said I’d like four but I think we will settle at two."
And she also told the publication following Alfie's birth that he'd completely changed her life for the better.
Having a baby has changed me for the better
"When Alfie came along, I learnt to adapt quickly and slow down. Having a baby has changed me for the better. I was used to doing what I wanted, when I wanted, with no one else to think about except myself. Then suddenly this baby arrives and he comes first."
Her character, Eva, has just found out partner Aidan Connor (Shayne Ward) has been cheating on her with Eva's best friend Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) - and Eva is out for mega revenge!
During a recent interview on ITV's Loose Women, Catherine admitted that Eva's plot to get even is "quite extreme" and Aidan will be left wishing he never messed with her.
"It was great, it was like therapy. Putting yourself in that position, how sick you would feel.
"The writers have just been phenomenal. I’m chuffed to bits. It’s such a treat to have this storyline.
"She very much reverts back to Eva the diva, which is great because when I first came into Coronation Street she was very much of that ilk and it’s nice to see her come back to that to see her feisty side."