Charley Webb: Emmerdale star details fears as son gets long hair cut off ‘I’m so nervous!’

Emmerdale cast favorite Charley Webb, 33, has admitted the prospect of her five-year-old son Bowie getting his signature long hair cut off made her really feel “nervous” right this moment. The Debbie Dingle actress, who shares three sons along with her husband and Emmerdale co-star Matthew Wolfenden, revealed she isn’t a giant fan of change as she ready to take her boys to the hairdressers.

It comes after the cleaning soap star beforehand hit again at Instagram customers for criticising Bowie’s hair, which he normally wears shoulder size.

Speaking out on her son’s want for shorter locks, Charley shared her feelings in an Instagram video, which she shared along with her 502,000 followers.

The mum-of-three defined: “I’m getting the boys’ haircut after college, I’m simply ready to choose them up and I’m so nervous.”

Detailing her reservations in regards to the appointment, she added: “Really hate getting their hair cut as I all the time hate it for 9 days.

“I hate change however it will likely be nice however Bowie desires to go quick, so that’s what we’re doing, which makes me really feel much more nervous…”

Charley went on to confess she by no means desires her sons’ hair to be too quick

She continued: “The hairdressers are some of the aggravating locations I’ve to go to with the children in my life as a result of I actually wrestle with it and the hairdressers all the time get actually burdened as I’m like ‘don’t don’t, not an excessive amount of, don’t cut there, ooh, that’s too quick.’ They hate me – I’d hate me”

Despite her fears, Charley braved the hairdressers and confirmed a clip of Bowie’s hair clippings on the ground of the salon.


She then took a snap of the teen exhibiting off his new look.

Bowie was pictured smiling for the digicam as he went to seize a candy from a jar within the salon.

Fortunately, Charley shortly received used to her son’s transformation, as she captioned the image: “Love.”

Back in 2019, the actress slammed trolls for mocking her youngsters over their appearances.

She advised MailOnline: “I simply don’t have time for anybody like that. 

“I all the time discover it so weird that anybody who be unfavorable in the direction of somebody they don’t know, particularly somebody’s youngsters that’s weird.

“I type of suppose that folks ought to suppose extra about what they’re saying on social media.”

The star continued: continued: “I imply, youngsters are rising up with social media being aside of their lives and it terrifies me that individuals are taking their very own lives simply from somebody sat behind a pc they by no means met.

“I can’t ever think about writing to any individual and being unfavorable saying. ‘I don’t like the best way you look’. It’s simply not regular.”

The cleaning soap star beforehand shared a photograph of her eldest son Buster sporting a T-shirt branded with the phrases: “Long hair, don’t care.” 

She captioned the submit: “I get requested so many occasions on right here why my youngsters have gotten long hair. ‘Why don’t you cut it?’ Or, ‘they appear like ladies’. 

“The reply is admittedly easy, as a result of we prefer it and extra importantly they prefer it. I completely don’t really feel like I want to elucidate it to anybody who has an opinion however I simply suppose life can be so a lot simpler if all of us simply centered on our personal lives. 

“Don’t let my youngsters hair fear you. I believe individuals suppose they’ve a proper to have an opinion due to social media. Maybe you do. But strive maintaining it to your self, it’s not vital to us what you consider how our children look.”

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