Jeff Brazier has revealed his two sons have gone back to school and his eldest, Bobby, is doing his GCSEs this year.
The proud dad took to Instagram on Thursday to share a photo of Bobby, 15, laughing as he posed in front of a brick wall.
And many fans couldn’t resist pointing out the teenager is the spitting image of his late mum Jade Goody, who sadly passed away on in 2009 from cancer.
In the picture, Bobby sported a burgundy patterned polo top with a pair of navy blue bottoms.
Jeff captioned the post: “And they’re both back to school. Phew. GCSEs this year. Go Bob!”
Fans couldn’t get enough of the beautiful pic, with many gushing over Bobby’s smile.
One person said: “Wow he’s going to break some hearts!” while another wrote: “What a beautiful looking boy, he looks just like his mum.”
A third added: “He has his mum’s beautiful smile.”
Bobby is Jeff and Jade’s oldest son. They also have 14-year-old Freddy.
Earlier this week, Jeff posted a snap of Freddy to Instagram showing his new haircut ready for the school year.
The photo sees the blonde lad showing off his hairdo and he also looked the double of his mum.
Jeff wrote: “And the little one is back to school. He looked so smart today in his uniform.
“I wonder if he’ll maintain his record of ruining a pair of trousers and shirt within days of them coming out the packet? Great trim.”
Jeff shares an extremely close bond with his boys and revealed in June that they will both be his best men at his forthcoming wedding to Kate Dwyer.
The couple got engaged last October after four years together, and the Essex-born star, 39, said that he can’t wait to have his lads beside him on the big day.
He told the MailOnline: “They are my best men! We’ve been through a lot together, and to hear their speeches will be incredibly powerful for me, very poignant, a moment that will stay with me for the rest of my life.”
Jeff added to Loose Women: “The thought of them giving a speech just makes me absolutely crumble.
“They’ll tell the truth! It will be beautiful. A lot of the time, as parents, we wonder what kids really think and we don’t really get the benefit of that until maybe an occasion like this.
“They’ll pull something out of the bag. It won’t be all deep and meaningful. I’m sure they’ll chuck a load at me! But the words will mean something.”
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