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Jade Goody’s son Bobby Brazier looks the spitting image of her in family snap

Jade Goody’s son Bobby Brazier shared a sweet rare family picture with his dad, brother and step-mum after receiving his GCSE results.

In the comments section of the snap his followers rushed to tell him how alike his late mother he was, as they claimed the mother and son were the ‘spitting image’ of each other.

Bobby, 16, was dining out in celebration of his results with his dad Jeff, 40, brother Freddie, 14, and his step mother Kate Dwyer.

Celebrations: Jade Goody's son Bobby Brazier shared a sweet rare family picture with his dad, brother and step-mum after receiving his GCSE results

Celebrations: Jade Goody’s son Bobby Brazier shared a sweet rare family picture with his dad, brother and step-mum after receiving his GCSE results

The family crowded around the table as they tucked into plates of steaks and chips, as they sported beaming smiles for the camera in the photograph.

However fans couldn’t help but point out the likeness between Bobby and Jade, as one commented: ‘Spitting image of your beautiful mama god bless you.’ 

While another said: ‘So much like your mum she was my friend god bless you.’

A third penned: ‘Gorgeous family, you are the image of your beautiful Mummy.’ 

Striking similarities: However fans couldn't help but point out the likeness between Bobby and Jade, as one commented: 'Spitting image of your beautiful mama god bless you'

Striking similarities: However fans couldn’t help but point out the likeness between Bobby and Jade, as one commented: ‘Spitting image of your beautiful mama god bless you’

The snap comes after Jeff said he refused to let sons Bobby and Freddie watch the Channel 4 documentary about their mother’s life.

Jeff, who has two sons with the late star, said he thought it would be too difficult for the teenagers to watch the programme which included ‘adult themes’.

The three-part documentary, Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, followed the reality star’s rise and fall from grace along with her terminal cancer diagnosis.

Banned: The snap comes after Jeff said he refused to let sons Bobby and Freddie watch the Channel 4 documentary about their mother's life (pictured Jade in the Indian Big Brother house in 2008)

Banned: The snap comes after Jeff said he refused to let sons Bobby and Freddie watch the Channel 4 documentary about their mother’s life (pictured Jade in the Indian Big Brother house in 2008)

Jeff claimed the programme would be ‘unsettling’ for the boys and only chose to take part because he didn’t want to be represented by Jade’s mother Jackiey Budden. 

After weighing up whether the boys should be allowed to watch the show, Jeff decided against it because they wouldn’t see her in a ‘lovely or warm’ way, reports the Daily Star.

When quizzed on whether he had watched the factual mini-series at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Jeff said: ‘I haven’t watched it.’

Discussing his decision not to let Bobby and Freddie watch the programme he revealed that they wouldn’t be able to digest a lot of the information yet. 

Struggles: Jeff, who has two sons with the late star, said he thought it would be too difficult for the teenagers to watch the programme which included 'adult themes'

Struggles: Jeff, who has two sons with the late star, said he thought it would be too difficult for the teenagers to watch the programme which included ‘adult themes’

He said: ‘From a technical parenting point of view, whilst they are coming to the end of their childhood and they are able to take on board more adult themes, I don’t think they are quite ready to watch a large percentage of what has been shown.

‘I don’t begrudge any of the content that has been used in making the documentary. It is particularly well-made and people have no issue with that.’

Jeff added: ‘But in terms of is that something they could watch? It’s not like they would find out so much more about mum in a lovely or warm or memorial way, or just looking back and remembering it.

Documentary: The three-part documentary, Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, followed the reality's rise and fall from grace along with her terminal cancer diagnosis

Documentary: The three-part documentary, Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, followed the reality’s rise and fall from grace along with her terminal cancer diagnosis

Decisions: After weighing up whether the boys should be allowed to watch the show, Jeff decided against it because they wouldn't see her in a 'lovely or warm' way (Jade pictured with the boys and Jack Tweedy in 2008)

Decisions: After weighing up whether the boys should be allowed to watch the show, Jeff decided against it because they wouldn’t see her in a ‘lovely or warm’ way (Jade pictured with the boys and Jack Tweedy in 2008)

‘There are a lot of really adult themes there that they are probably not going to get their head around.

‘They could find it upsetting and angry.’ 

Asked about his decision to appear in the programme to give an interview, Jeff said: ‘I agreed because I thought it would be better when they watched that they saw me giving some positive, really glowing remarks about their mum, as opposed to being an absence.’

He also revealed that a producer convinced him to appear on the show by telling him that if he wasn’t then he’d of been represented by Jade’s mum.  

Uncertain: Jeff claimed the programme would be 'unsettling' for the boys and chose to take part because he didn't want to be represented by Jade's mother Jackiey Budden

Uncertain: Jeff claimed the programme would be ‘unsettling’ for the boys and chose to take part because he didn’t want to be represented by Jade’s mother Jackiey Budden

‘That definitely got me in,’ he said. ‘Nobody wants to be represented by Jackiey.’

Viewers watching the latest instalment of the new Jade Goody documentary have been left horrified that she was diagnosed with cancer on Big Brother.    

The reality TV star travelled to India in 2008 to appear on the Indian version of Big Brother in a bid to redeem herself from her racism row with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty in 2007. 

But the mother-of-two was forced to abandon the show and fly back to the UK just two days in after receiving the devastating news she had cervical cancer. 

Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain revealed how she was called into the diary room to be given her diagnosis.   

Producers decided to broadcast the heartbreaking moment she sat in tears on the phone to doctors in London, to the outrage of viewers 10 years after her death. 

Much-missed: Jade died from cervical cancer on March 22, 2009, seven months after her diagnosis, which came while she was on Big Brother India. She is pictured in January 2009

Much-missed: Jade died from cervical cancer on March 22, 2009, seven months after her diagnosis, which came while she was on Big Brother India. She is pictured in January 2009 

Upsetting: Jade travelled to India in August 2008, to make her TV comeback on Bigg Boss, and the moment she was told she had cancer was aired on the show

Upsetting: Jade travelled to India in August 2008, to make her TV comeback on Bigg Boss, and the moment she was told she had cancer was aired on the show 

 

Daily Mail UK

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