EMMERDALE star Charley Webb has shared a photo of a rarely seen member of her family in an Instagram Q&A.
The actress took to her social media to post a sweet video of dog Iggy alongside her youngest son Ace, one, as they played in the park.
Charley, 33, took to Instagram to invite her fans to ask her questions on Saturday evening – sharing behind-the-scenes snaps of her family.
She shared a series of pictures alongside her children Buster, 11, Bowie, five and Ace, from playing in the park to their recent Halloween costumes.
"What breed is Iggy?" one fan went on to ask of the family dog, to which Charley responded with the sweet clip of the small brown dog.
"Iggy is a cockapoo," she detailed alongside a black heart emoji over the video showing the puppy playing with a ball.
Charley also revealed that she had considered adding more to their brood as she was quizzed on whether or not she'd like to have "another child".
"I do love the chaos of lots of crazy kids, so maybe," she wrote, adding that her husband Matthew "wants one more even more than she does".
It comes shortly after Charley shared a rare snap of her wedding day in a sweet throwback post dedicated to her husband on Instagram.
Emmerdale co-stars Charley and Matthew Wolfenden tied the knot in a secret castle wedding back in 2018 after meeting on set of the ITV soap in 2007.
They didn't even tell guests they were getting married and instead told them they were attending Charley's 30th birthday party.
Charley stunned in a gown by Suzanne Neville which featured a lace and sheer bodice and a plain skirt.
On her special day Charley invited her bridesmaids – Lucy Pargeter, Roxy Shahidi, Zoe Henry, Charlotte Bellamy, Sammy Winward, Emma Atkins, Kate Oates and her sister Cassie – and her on-screen dad Jeff Hordley to accompany her down the aisle.
She said in an interview at the time: "That moment when we announced what we were doing and seeing everybody’s reaction is the best moment of my life.
"This way we got to do it totally the way we wanted – it wasn’t traditional, we didn’t have a sit-down meal and there weren’t loads of speeches."
Matthew added: "We couldn’t have had a better response. People just screamed for about ten minutes!"
"It’s funny to think that our guests thought they were coming to Charley’s 30th party – then we told them it was our wedding!’
"It wasn’t the most traditional wedding, but we wanted it to be different."
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