The eldest son of late reality TV star Jade Goody has shared a rare family photo on social media as he celebrates his GCSE results.
Bobby Brazier, 16, posted a pic on Instagram of himself and brother Freddie, 14, with their dad Jeff Brazier and his wife, Kate.
He captioned the pic, "Eating right with the famlee" alongside rock-hand and heart emojis.
Over the weekend, Jade's ex Jeff was every bit the proud dad as he gushed over his son on Instagram and revealed he did really well in his Year 11 exams.
He posted a snap of Bobby standing with his arm around Freddie and beaming for the camera, and told his 115k followers the family were out in Manchester celebrating.
Jeff captioned the picture: "Celebrating @bobbybrazier exam results in Manchester this evening. Three A's, two B's and three C's, makes me incredibly proud, as always."
Well done, Bobby. Jade would be so proud of him and those results.
The TV presenter and professional life coach also told fans what Bobby plans to do now he's left secondary school, writing in the caption: "School done, apprenticeship starts soon."
His followers rushed to the comments to congratulate Jeff and his family.
One wrote: "Well done, Bobby. Jade would be so proud of him and those results."
Someone else put: "A credit to you and Jade, god bless those boys."
A third said: "Amazing. Mumma would be incredibly proud."
The story of Jade's rise to fame on Big Brother, explosive race row with Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty and tragic death aged 27 was documented recently in a three-part Channel 4 series.
It was a tough watch for viewers and Jeff didn't allow his sons to watch it.
He told the Daily Star that he doesn't think they are "quite ready" to deal with some of the more "adult themes" explored in the documentary, which he otherwise did not oppose and admitted was "well made".
Jeff said: "While 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."
Speaking further, he said he worried they might find some of the contents "upsetting".
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