CHARLEY Webb and Matthew Wolfenden pulled out all the stops for their baby son Ace’s first birthday party.
The Emmerdale stars set up a soft play area, a teepee and personalised balloons to mark their tot’s milestone day.
Charley, 32, and Matthew, 40, transformed their back garden into the ultimate play area thanks to a teepee filled with comfy beds.
There was also a mini Range Rover replica and a balloon basket made up of black, yellow and green balloons with Ace’s name emblazoned across it.
Sharing several snaps of the colourful soft play section, the actress explained: “The kids have really missed soft play in lockdown so we brought it to us.”
Charley also posted a sweet photo of Ace sitting in his balloon basket alongside a heartfelt post about how quickly he’s growing up.
The Debbie Dingle actress wrote: “I can’t believe Ace is one today.
“I feel so lucky to have spent a whole year at home getting to know him, one of my favourite years so far.”
The soap star signed off: “I love you Ace Gene Wolfenden. Happy first birthday.”
Ace was surrounded by a huge pile of presents and a doll’s playhouse in the cute shot.
Charley’s showbiz pals flocked to the comments to wish her tot a happy birthday.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Oti Mabuse enthused: “Happy birthday to the little one.”
Hollyoaks alum Davinia Taylor added: “Happy birthday beautiful one. Wow that’s flown !!!!!! 😘”
Charley and Mattew have been packing in quality time with their three sons, Ace, Buster, 12, and Bowie, four, at their North Yorkshire home in lockdown.
Charley announced she was pregnant with their third child last February, while sharing a snap of her brood alongside the simple caption: “#Number 3.”
She and Matthew tied the knot in a secret castle wedding in February 2018.
They didn’t even tell guests they were getting married, instead tricking them into thinking they were attending Charley’s 30th birthday party.
Their 100 guests arrived at Ripley Castle in Harrogate where they were told the surprise news that they would be getting married instead.