Emmerdale star Charley Webb's son was rushed to hospital

Emmerdale star Charley Webb has detailed a "scary" ordeal where her son Ace was rushed to hospital recently.

The Debbie Dingle star shares three sons – also including Buster and Bowie – with husband and fellow Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden (who plays David Metcalfe).

However, in a recent Instagram Story, Charley revealed that the two-year-old took a bad turn last weekend, to the point where they had to call an ambulance.

Photo credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage - Getty Images

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"Ace has been poorly since Friday being sick on and off, but he's just been really lethargic," she explained. "And then on Saturday he took a turn for the worse we had to get him into hospital.

"Yeah, he's not been great, but then today he's turned a bit of a corner," she reassured her followers, "but it's been really scary, [we had] the ambulance out and everything."

Charlie continued: "I think there is a sickness bug going around so just keep your eyes on that, but there's nothing worse than when your kids are ill.

Photo credit: Charley Webb - Instagram
Photo credit: Charley Webb - Instagram

"I've never had one so poorly and it's been beyond scary. The hospital and paramedics were amazing with him. So important to always follow your instinct. It's taken him until day six to be back to normal. So happy to have my little terror back."

Meanwhile, earlier this month Charley paid tribute to Matthew as they marked four years of marriage, writing: "Happy 4 years married. This is what our anniversary looks like. 15 years together, 3 children later. I'm in my pyjamas ready to read my book in bed and @matthewwolfenden55 is watching a cooking programme. Happy Anniversary pal, you wouldn't have it any other way."

Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.

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