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Ryan Reynolds shows his heart of gold, spends time with young fan at Wrexham quiet zone”

RYAN Reynolds celebrated Wrexham finally clinching a return to the Football League on Saturday – but only after the Hollywood owner showed his classy side away from the action

On Sunday morning, Ryan Reynolds, the Hollywood actor, woke up smelling of “champagne, beer and grass” after an unforgettable night in Wrexham.

However, before the momentous 3-1 victory over Boreham Wood on Saturday, the star demonstrated his classy side by spending time in the quiet zone that he and co-owner Rob McElhenney had established for fans with health issues.

Reynolds was captured in a photograph with nine-year-old Caleb Webb, who has been seriously ill with Crohn’s Disease.

Stacey, Caleb’s 35-year-old mother who also has the condition, stated that this was not the first time Reynolds had done this.

“I would say nine times out of ten he will always come over to the disabled section where the kids are.

“He will come and say hello and have a chat with them. Most of the kids don’t understand he is a famous Hollywood actor. They just see him as a friend.

Reynolds showed a touch of class before Saturday’s showdown

“The first time he came over to Caleb he said ‘hello little man’ and bent down and chatted to him.”

She added: “He (Ryan) really does care. He puts everyone before himself. He has got a heart of gold and he really cares for the kids.

“Caleb just thinks him and Ryan are best mates now. He was the mascot in March and the club treated him like royalty.”

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The Deadpool star later watched his team win promotion to the Football League for the first time in 15 years.

The star made little Caleb's day
The star made little Caleb’s day

Caleb thinks he's Ryan's 'best friend'
Caleb thinks he’s Ryan’s ‘best friend’

And Reynolds was clearly overcome with emotion the next day.

He tweeted: “Everything I own smells like champagne, beer and grass. I’m still somewhere between giggling and sobbing. This town and this sport is one of the most romantic things on earth. Thank you, @Wrexham_AFC”.