ACTRESS Sheridan Smith was all smiles as she celebrated the third birthday of her son Billy.
The critically acclaimed star, 41, shared her rarely seen son's birthday celebrations with her fans on social media.
Clearly a racing car fan, Billy is pictured with his mum against a Formula 1 flag, surrounded by red and black balloons, which read "Billy's Grand Three".
Sheridan captioned the post saying: "Thank you @kids_party_finder for making the best day ever for my boy! What a third birthday!xxxx Billy is still buzzing xx."
Sheridan first shot to fame in 2001 when she starred in the sitcom Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps and then took on the role of Rudi in Gavin And Stacey.
The Mrs Biggs star gave birth to Billy, who she had with her ex partner Jamie Horn, during the first Covid lockdown in 2020.
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Her happy arrival came just weeks after she finished filming for the new ITV drama called Isolation.
Heavily pregnant, Sheridan starred as Mel in one of the four 15-minute dramas depicting life in lockdown.
Speaking about the drama which she filmed at home, Sheridan said: "I am heavily pregnant and have been isolating at home so I jumped at the chance to make a drama about the massive drama going on all around us right now."
She added: "I think it's really important to try and reflect what's happening to us whilst it is still actually happening."