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Jeff Brazier has confessed he worries over his son Bobby and what he could be subjected to in the spotlight.
The 41 year old, who is dad to Bobby, 17, and 16 year old Freddie from his former relationship to the late Jade Goody, said he hopes people will be kind to his eldest child as his modelling career progresses.
Bobby signed with Unsigned Group modelling agency in 2019 and has since starred on the cover of TINGS magazine and has even walked the runway for Dolce and Gabbana for Milan Fashion Week last year.
Speaking on his new podcast Jeff Brazier – Only Human, which explores mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, the dad-of-two explained that he has certain trepidations about his son's career and what it will bring.
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He told Mirror Online: "Definitely, as this particular parent who obviously not only had his own difficult experiences but also can cite many occasions when when his mum went through the same.
"I think that I do enough worrying on behalf of both me and his mum when it comes to what he might be subject to."
Jeff, who recently shared his pain over his two sons not knowing their mum "the way we all did", continued: "I just hope that everyone's kind, I hope that he looks after himself and makes good decisions and has always been for him to be to have a skill and a talent to develop those things."
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The TV show host went on to reveal how upset Bobby was for his bright career to be put on hold amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which plunged the UK into several national lockdowns.
"He was gutted, because it was all falling into place," the star revealed. "That doesn't mean to say that it won't happen, sort of, after this. He's had to deal with that question, you know, will it?
"So when I see him getting up at five o'clock, when I see him training twice a day when I see him, reading all the books that I've left laying around the house I didn't think he’d ever be interested in, you realise that he's really serious about his career, and he's taking himself seriously.
"And he understands what it takes to make a success of something and we're not just going to sort of hope or expect everything to fall on our lap.
"Actually, you've got to deserve it and you've got to learn it and he's shown a lot of that."
Jeff added: "Maybe that time, that self-development will mean that he does get a great opportunity and he'll take it with both hands."
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