EMMERDALE fans were amazed by how much Charley Webb's son Buster looks like her as he impersonated Kourtney Kardashian on TikTok.
The 33-year-old actress shared the clip on Instagram showing off her 11-year-old's incredible acting skills as they pretended to get into a fight.
Buster glammed up for the hilarious skit and wore bracelets, a leopard print belt, and a black skirt, with his hair tied up into a messy bun.
Whipping off a pair of sunglasses, he mimed Kourtney in a clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians and snapped: "I think you take things really sensitively and that's fine. I just need to know!"
The camera flipped to Charley – best known for playing Debbie Dingle on Emmerdale – who pretended to be Kourtney's younger sister Khloe.
She replied: "No, I just think…."
But Buster waved a hand in dramatic fashion, as Kourtney fired back: "No it's fine. I just need to not make those jokes with you."
Fans loved Charley's video, which she captioned: "It’s always a joke…..♡"
And one follower replied: "Literal double 😍"
Another said: "Crikey, I honestly thought it was like a little sister of yours Charley, not for the life of me did I think it was your son, he's like a spitting image of you, that's so good and well done the both of you"
And a third raved: "Fabulous, you are so alike."
Kourtney Kardashian in the E! reality TV show
Bury-born Charley shares her three kids, including Bowie, five, and one-year-old Ace, with husband Matthew Wolfenden.
Last year she was forced to hit back at trolls, who claimed Buster's old hair was too long.
The star took to her Instagram to silence the haters.
She said: "I get asked so many times on here why my kids have got long hair. ‘Why don’t you cut it?’ Or, ‘they look like girls’. The answer is really simple, because we like it and more importantly they like it.
"I absolutely don’t feel like I need to explain it to anyone who has an opinion but I just think life would be so much easier if we all just focused on our own lives. Don’t let my kids hair worry you."
She added: "I think people think they have a right to have an opinion because of social media. Maybe you do. But try keeping it to yourself, it’s not important to us what you think of how our kids look. Or how we look. Or their names or whatever it is you might want to comment on.
"I was always taught, if you’ve got nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. Try practicing it peeps. There’s enough awful stuff in the world without being mean to each other. They’ve got another t shirt that says, I’m a boy, I’ve just got better hair than you. True dat."
Charley's defiant post attracted a outpouring of support from her followers, including her celebrity pals.
Michelle Keegan posted a series of clapping hand emojis underneath the post.
Writer and mum blogger Giovanna Fletcher said: "Well said! Also fully supportive of the other tee…look at that SHINE!! I'm jealous Xxxx."
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