Jade Goody's son Bobby looks just like his mum as he celebrates smashing GCSE results

Jade Goody’s son Bobby Brazier, 16, was treated to a lavish family dinner this week to celebrate his brilliant GCSE results.

The teenager was seen scoffing steak and chips with his younger brother Freddie, 14, dad Jeff Brazier and stepmum Kate Dwyer – after getting three As, two Bs and three Cs.

Bobby was seen grinning at the camera in the sweet photo, and fans couldn’t get over how much the youngster looks like his late mum Jade.

One wrote: “Spitting image of your beautiful mother god bless you.”

Another added: “So much like your mum she was my friend god bless you.”

A third commented: “Gorgeous family, you are the image of your beautiful Mummy.”

Bobby celebrated passing his GCSEs at a family dinner

Jade, who died from cancer in 2009, was passionate about her sons’ education and was determined to make enough money to send them to a private school.

Jade married Jack Tweed shortly before her death, and in 2014 he spoke about how committed she was to getting her children the best education.

He said: “The first thing she did was work out how much it would cost to put the boys through private education until they were 16.

“The answer was £260,000.”

Bobby is still in private education, but Freddie now attends a state school after he struggled to fit in because of his ADHD.

Jade died in 2009, shortly after her wedding to partner Jack Tweed

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Jeff confirmed recently that he would not allow either of his sons to watch the recent Channel 4 documentary about their mother’s life.

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Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain is a three-part documentary series that told her story from Big Brother until after her death.

The telly star also confirmed he also hasn’t watched it either, even though he filmed an interview for the series.


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