Jade Goody’s teenage son Bobby wished his friends good luck as he and his school mates prepared to receive their GCSE results on Thursday.
The 16-year-old son of the late Big Brother star took to Instagram just one day after a heartbreaking documentary about her life and death came to an end on Channel 4 on Wednesday night, with the TV show remembering her 10 years later.
Bobby Brazier, who Jade had with then-boyfriend Jeff Brazier, took to his popular social media page to share a video of himself in black and white while sporting a Nike hoodie while gazing into the camera.
Looking the spitting image of his beloved mother, Bobby wrote alongside the video: “Goodluck today people. Let me know how you do.”
Last month, the teenager revealed his exam stress on social media as he took to Instagram to write: “How are your exams going? It’s 9:05 and here I am sat watching ‘I’m becoming a genderless monster’ chemistry is not my cup of tea.”
Jade, who passed away in 2009 at the age of just 27 following a devastating battle with cervical cancer, left behind her two young sons who are now being raised by their father.
As well as still being in school, Bobby has also started modelling and regularly shares snaps of himself on photo shoots after joining the Roster of Unsigned Group earlier this year. His younger brother Freddie is still in school and doesn’t have an Instagram account.
Jeff opened up on Jade’s absence in his sons lives, revealing he spoke to the boys just a week before she tragically passed away, saying it was the “hardest moment of his life”.
He told the Daily Star: "It can be very confusing at times because where mum should be an easy conversation to bring up at this late stage, it actually becomes harder because teenagers don't want to talk about things they’re emotionally invested in."
He added: “We used to have a monthly discussion about mum, but now they’re almost resistant to it.”
Despite appearing briefly in the documentary, Jeff has remained silent about the Channel 4 show which came to an end on Wednesday.
The devastating documentary, titled Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, aired its final instalment as it showed the moment the reality star was told she had cervical cancer while appearing on the Indian version of Big Brother back in 2008.
She appeared as a housemate on the show to try and change the country's perception of her following the racism row between herself and Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, which occurred on Celebrity Big Brother the year before.
But just days into her stint, Jade was called into the Diary Room to be told she had been diagnosed with cervical cancer. Viewers rushed to Twitter to announce they were left "heartbroken" by the scenes, which saw an inconsolable Jade sobbing on the floor of the house.
Viewers also watched the final days of Jade's life, which saw her marry then fiancé Jack Tweed just one month before she died. Friends and family members recalled the day, devastatingly revealing that Jade was "in excruciating pain" throughout the ceremony.
Remembering Jade Goody
Despite suffering from the devastating illness, Jade gave a speech during the star-studded ceremony in which she vowed to fight her terminal diagnosis.
Thanking her friends and family on the special day, Jade told them to “cross their fingers” because a “miracle might happen” in the heart wrenching scenes.
During Jade's speech, she thanked the "special people" in her life who had helped to plan her wedding in such a short amount of time.
She said: "Looking at that, makes me want to go on forever and for nothing to happen to me. I’m so grateful for you all and I love you all so much. I don’t ever want to leave you. And I’m not going to because I’m going to get through this.”
Jade and partner Jack Tweed married just one month before she tragically lost her battle with cervical cancer at the age of 27, with the ceremony taking place on February 22 2009.
Jade, who had sons Bobby and Freddie with Jeff Brazier, told OK! magazine at the time of her wedding ceremony: “I’ve had the happiest day of my life. Now I’m ready to go to heaven.”
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