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Sheridan Smith reveals son Billy’s face for the first time as he smothers her with kisses in sweet video

Sheridan Smith gave fans their first look at little Billy (Picture: sheridansmithster)

Sheridan Smith has shared her son’s face with fans for the first time, sharing adorable photos and videos of the tot.

The actress, 40, took to Instagram to show off 15-month old Billy with some very sweet snaps, telling fans: ‘My beautiful boy, how handsome.’

Sheridan shared a shot of Billy smiling at the camera as she held him in her arms, before adding another of him riding a toy car, adding: ‘My angel’.

The sweetest of all however was a short video of the two of them together in which the happy tot smiled and smothered his mother in lots of kisses for the camera.

The Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps star’s celebrity pals were quick to comment on the photos, with Claire Sweeney writing: ‘He’s you!!!!,’ adding: ‘He’s so beautiful xxx.’

Steps’ Ian ‘H’ Watkins shared a series of love heart emojis, while Vicky Pattison added: ‘Too cute.’

Billy’s an absolute cutie (Picture: @sheridansmithster)
She shares her son with her ex-fiancé (Picture:@sheridansmithster)


Former Love Island star Amy Hart also commented on the likeness, writing: ‘A mini you! Gorge! Xx’ while Jaime Winston posted: ‘handsome chops’.

Sheridan welcomed Billy, her first child, in May 2020 with ex-fiancé Jamie Horn, 31, but the pair split in July after three years together.

The pair, who met on Tinder, confirmed their split in a statement to The Sun, saying: ‘It is with great sadness that we have decided to have some time apart.

‘We both remain completely committed to raising our beautiful boy Billy together. We ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time. Thank you.’

It’s the first time Sheridan has shared images of Billy’s face, but fans were able to follow her pregnancy in a one-off ITV documentary last year called Sheridan Smith: Becoming Mum.


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