Emmerdale star Charley Webb asks for help over son Ace’s ‘smacking and throwing’

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Charley Webb has opened up on her son Ace's bad behaviour, revealing he smacks his siblings and throws his toys.

The 33 year old welcomed Ace in July 2019 — but it seems he may have reached the "terrible twos" stage a few months early.

Emmerdale star Charley took to Instagram to reveal the trouble she was facing with her youngest son's behaviour as she reached out to fellow mums for advice.

She and her husband Matthew Wolfenden — who stars alongside her on the hit ITV soap — are also parents to sons Buster, 10, and five year old Bowie.

After previously referring to Ace's behaviour as "feral", Charley then returned to social media to update her 501,000 followers on the advice she had received.

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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.

"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."

Charley's cry for help with Ace's antics comes just days after she admitted she almost lost Buster and Bowie places at their desired schools.

Once again taking to Instagram, she said at the weekend: "So, mother of the year continues on the school front. I got a phone call on Thursday saying, 'Oh, hi, we haven't heard about Buster and his school place and if he wants it, the deadline was today.' I was like, 'What deadline? What are you even talking about?'

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"So, basically, when we got the letter, I read the first sentence which said he'd got in, I got so over excited that I didn't then go back and read the letter.

"Because I was so overwhelmed and happy that we didn't have to appeal, I just failed to store the information in my brain.

"So, he nearly lost his place in the school and the schools around where we live are so, so difficult to get into so I don't know what I would have done."

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Charley then went onto admit it's the second time she's nearly been the reason for her son's missing out on places in their dream schools.

She continued: "So Bowie, I never applied for primary school, and Buster, I nearly lost him his high school place. I don't really know what's wrong with me.

"I don't know how to keep information in my brain," she added for taking a deep sigh and finishing: "Just terrible parenting."

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