Samia Longchambon has shared a loving post to her son Yves on his fifth birthday.
Samia, 38, treated her followers to a series of shots of herself and Yves together as they kicked off the celebrations.
What did Samia Longchambon post?
The first shot was of soap star alongside Yves and her daughter Freya as they sat in their family home.
Another showed Samia’s husband and doting dad Sylvain cuddling his young son.
The Corrie star wrote: “Yves is our birthday boy.. 5 today!!
“I’m so grateful every day that I get to be Mummy to the most amazing, funny, kind and just all round beautiful little man!”
Samia’s fans rushed to comment their well-wishes.
One said: “Happy 5th birthday Yves Wow! Big boy now… have a fabulous day, great pictures Samia.”
Another wrote: “Happy 5th birthday Yves. Such Gorgeous children Samia.”
A third added: “Beautiful photos, handsome boy like his Daddy.”
Samia’s family life
Samia competed in the 2013 series of Dancing On Ice, where she was partnered with professional skater Sylvain.
The two began a relationship and in 2015, she gave birth to their son Yves.
The star also shares daughter Freya with ex-husband and property developer Matt Smith.
Last month, Samia and Sylvain celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary.
The soap favourite, who first appeared on the cobbles in 2000, shared a touching tribute on Instagram to mark the occasion.
She wrote: “Happy anniversary to us @slongchambon. Four years deep and loving married life with you more than ever…”
Would Samia have more children?
Samia previously ruled out having more children with husband Sylvain.
The happy couple revealed they’re content with their current brood in 2018.
When asked if she would consider another addition to the family, Samia told OK! magazine: “No, we’re happy with our lot.
“We definitely don’t want to be outnumbered.”
Sylvain added: “We’ll have another dog before we have another kid – and that’s not even on the cards!”
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