Jade Goody’s son Bobby is the spitting image of his late mother as revealed in a new family photo.
Goody’s previous partner Jeff Brazier, with whom she had two sons Freddie and Bobby, recently got engaged to Kate Dwyer who shared the snap.
In the adorable picture 14-year-old Bobby can be seen beaming at the camera looking exactly like his mother as he towers over his father Brazier.
Dywyer captioned it:
Posting this makes me super happy for many reasons – these boys are the best at looking after me. And yes, Bobby Brazier is over six foot!
Fans of Goody were taken aback by just how much Bobby looks like the Big Brother star.
Oh my God, Bobby is the image of Jade- such lovely young men- you should be extremely proud.
Bobby Brazier you look just like your mummy! Gorgeous boys!!
Following numerous health scares, Goody was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2006 while appearing on the Indian reality TV show Bigg Boss.
In 2009 her cancer had been classified as being terminal with Goody being told that she could die within weeks.
She passed away in her sleep in the early hours of 22 March 2009 surrounded by her family leaving behind her two sons Bobby and Freddie.
Speaking to The Mirror, Brazier explained how he and his boys have healed following Goody’s death crediting Kate with playing a vital role.
The two even have ‘medium-length plans’ to expand their family after the wedding.
We’ve discussed it, it’s going to happen. I think we’re working our way to it.
What’s going to be exciting to me is seeing the kids as older brothers, they’ll be incredible. And it’ll teach them about other responsibilities for them.
It’ll be fantastic for me too, I’ll get to experience parenting within a relationship and actually be married, because I haven’t experienced that – not even as a child.
It’ll be like putting things on track, being a real human being who is married and has a child with someone that he loves and stays with.
Not that I didn’t love Jade, but to be with someone where the relationship blossoms and goes from strength to strength… it’s what we all try to create.
Goody will never be forgotten and her family honour her every Christmas by releasing balloons into the sky.
Brazier told Hello! Magazine that it is the tradition his boys most look forward to saying:
Christmas in my household usually means a walk along the seafront in Brighton, a big family dinner and lots of games.
The most exciting thing for my boys on Christmas morning is not just the presents but also getting to go and release balloons for mum because if we do it nice and early, it means the rest of the day goes far better.
Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.