EASTENDERS legend Patsy Palmer celebrated her son’s good news in a rare snap of the teenager.
The 49-year-old lives in Malibu, California with husband Richard and their kids Fenton, Emilia and Bertie.
Patsy also has eldest son Charley from her relationship with former boxer Alfie Rothwell.
She announced her second oldest son Fenton had been accepted into the prestigious university, UCLA in California.
Patsy announced the good news alongside a black and white photo of her with her rarely seen son.
“WE ARE SO PROUD OF OUR SON . This is big news in our family,” she captioned the post.
“He has been accepted into @ucla he has worked so hard for this and deserves the best life has to offer. We love you so much.
“Being the first in both family’s to attend a university especially one of the best in the world is an amazing achievement. .”
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Her celebrity pals rushed to congratulate the teenager and his famous mum.
Loose Women panellist Denise Welch wrote: “Such wonderful news!! We’re all proud of you Fenton .”
Actress Kate MacGowan added: “Amazing! .”
Wellness editor Patsy had been friends with former cab driver Richard for 14 years before they tied the knot in 2000.
They lived in Brighton before moving across the pond in 2014 to set up home in Malibu.
Patsy recently launched a new wellness site which is charging fans for tips on how to live their best lives.
They will have to stump up £17 a month to follow the soap star’s wellness journey.
Patsy, who found fame as shouty Bianca Jackson in the BBC show, is hoping her advice will offer a “lighter side of life” to followers.
Her Instagram wellness subscription service offers similar content to Goop, the lifestyle brand set up by US actress Gwyneth Paltrow and is worth £190million.
Patsy’s plan costs £204 a year — £49 more than the BBC licence fee and £73 more than Netflix’s standard package.
She told her Instagram followers: “My time is very precious and who I share that energy with is becoming more important to me.
“Would you want to know how I keep myself sane?
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But many fans were unimpressed with one posting: “People are struggling to pay their bills at the moment. Very disappointed in this.”
Another added: “I think it’s really great to provide exclusive content but the only thing is people in the UK are having a really tough time.”