Jeff Brazier reveals plans for more children

The star already has two sons

Dad-of-two Jeff Brazier has opened up about getting married and having more children.

Jeff, 38, has found love with Kate Dwyer and it seems the two are starting to plan their future.

Jeff is already a devoted dad to Bobby, 14, and Freddie, 12, who he shared with the late Jade Goody.

Jeff is dad to Freddie and Bobby (Credit: Instagram)

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Speaking to Now magazine Jeff admitted: “I’d like to get married and have more children.

“I think we’ll just go all out and have twin girls, because my friend Jenny Frost [of Atomic Kitten] has twin girls and they couldn’t be any cuter.”

The star recently appeared on Loose Women to talk about coping with grief.

The life coach broke down on the lunchtime show while talking about losing ex-girlfriend Jade Goody to cervical cancer and helping his sons deal with the loss.

Jeff broke down on Loose Women while talking about losing Jade (Credit: ITV)

He opened up about how his two sons have coped with losing their mum and what it’s like being a single parent.

Talking about grief Jeff explained: “It was unclear to me what my grief should be. She wasn’t my partner at the time, although she brought those children into the world with me so it was very important.

“It’s weird today because I can discuss this in length in the book but today was different – I’m surrounded by women.”

Jeff opened up about the moment his boys wished he had died instead of their mum (Credit: Instagram)

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He went on to explain the moment Jade told her boys she was dying. He added: “Obviously it was Jade that had to tell them she wasn’t going to be around any longer.

“Can you imagine anything harder or more unfair than that? She did a very courageous job of saying she was being sent for by God and doing a job for him and would be seen as a star in the sky.”

Following Jade’s death Jeff revealed his boys have wished he had died instead of their mum.

He told The Sun: “The worst thing I’ve heard from both boys would be: ‘I wish it was you that was dead and not mum’.”

But he admits he understood why they said it.

Freddie and Bobby were just four and five when they lost their mum (Credit: Instagram)

Jeff has now written a book, The Grief Survival Guide, about coping with loss.

Jade lost her life on Mother’s Day 2009, and the anniversary is always painful.

Writing on Twitter on Mother’s Day this year Jeff said: “I try and reduce the impact

“But having Jade’s anniversary and Mother’s Day in the same week is a cruel blow for the boys.”

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