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Jade Goody’s sons spitting image of late mother as they celebrate Bobby’s GCSE results

Bobby was celebrating his exam results (Picture: Instagram)

Fans were left floored this week when they were confronted by how alike Jade Goody’s sons were to their late mum.

Celebrating eldest son 16-year-old Bobby’s stellar results in his CGSE exams, the family headed out with Bobby’s younger brother Freddie, 14, father Jeff and step-mum Kate Dwyer.

The family looked chuffed to be out together at swanky Gaucho restaurant, with the boys all tucking into steak, after Bobby revealed he received three 7s, one 6, one 5, and two 4s in his exams.

Nothing to sneeze at.

He wrote alongside the sweet snap: ‘Eating right with the famlee.’

Previously Jade’s former husband Jack Tweedy had insisted the reality star, who rose to fame on Big Brother, had been putting away money for her kids’ education.

Jade Goody passed away 10 years ago from cervical cancer (Picture: Getty Images)

In 2014, 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.’

It’s been 10 years since Jade passed away from cervical cancer at the age of 27 and fans immediately saw the likeness of her in her sons.

‘Spitting image of your beautiful mama god bless you,’ one of Bobby’s Instagram followers shared in the comments section.

Jeff wasn’t keen on his sons watching the recent documentary (Picture: INSTAGRAM / jeffbrazier)

Another who said she was a pal of Jade’s sweetly added: ‘So much like your mum she was my friend god bless you.’

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

It follows the heartbreaking documentary Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, which aired last week.

The three-parter followed the reality star’s career, the highs and lows as well as her terminal cancer diagnosis before she passed away when her sons were aged six and five.

After feeling it would be too unsettling for his boys to watch, Jeff also added at the Edinburgh TV Festival: ‘I haven’t watched it.’

Speaking at the festival (via Daily Star) in a panel, Jeff 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 was being 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.’

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

‘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.’

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