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Friday 22nd November 2019

Charley Webb shares sweet photo of son Buster doting on baby brother Ace

She captured a moment between the siblings

Charley Webb has shared the sweetest photo of her sons Buster and Ace.

The Emmerdale actress took to Instagram on Friday to share a moment between Buster, nine, and Ace, who was born in July.

In the picture, Buster is seen gazing at Ace who had his hand wrapped around his big brother's finger while lying on a play mat.

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Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle in the soap, captioned the post: "Animal instinct.

"Took this picture when Ace was about a week old and I've captured so many exactly the same since.

Buster's love for his littlest brother breaks me.

"Buster's love for his littlest brother breaks me (and for Bowie but they just fight a bit more)."

Fans gushed over the photo, with one person commenting: "Such a beautiful photo."

Another said: "Oh my goodness, what a stunning photo," while a third added: "What a beautiful moment to capture."

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Peace and BBQ’s with the family✌🏽

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Earlier this week, Charley revealed she's stored Ace's stem cells and feels "grateful" to have been able to do it.

Alongside a snap of baby Ace, Charley wrote: "We decided to store Ace's stem cells. As parents every single one of us wants to do what’s best for our children.

"When I was pregnant, I heard about the possibility of collecting and storing my baby's umbilical cord stem cells, which could then be used in the future should they be needed for treatment (I hope with every part of me we never need it).

"After researching, we learned that the baby's umbilical cord is a valuable source of stem cells, and these cells can be collected at birth and stored.

"These could then be used as a crucial part of treating or curing an illness.

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We decided to store Ace’s stem cells. As parents every single one of us wants to do what’s best for our children. When I was pregnant, I heard about the possibility of collecting and storing my baby's umbilical cord stem cells, which could then be used in the future should they be needed for treatment (I hope with every part of me we never need it). After researching, we learned that the baby's umbilical cord is a valuable source of stem cells, and these cells can be collected at birth and stored. These could then be used as a crucial part of treating or curing an illness. Currently, there are over 80 diseases cord blood stem cells can treat. I decided to use Smart Cells to store the stem cells: the process was easy (genuinely) and they organised everything. Like I said, we hope we never need to use them, but it's comforting to know that we have them stored if we ever do. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I’m so grateful we were able to do this. Xx

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"I decided to use Smart Cells to store the stem cells: the process was easy (genuinely) and they organised everything.

"Like I said, we hope we never need to use them, but it's comforting to know that we have them stored if we ever do. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I'm so grateful we were able to do this."

Charley has Buster and Ace with her husband fellow Emmerdale actor Matthew Wolfenden.

The couple are also parents to Bowie, three.

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