JACK Tweed has been out partying with Jade Goody's son Bobby after a ban on seeing him was lifted.
The 34-year-old has made the most of rekindling his relationship with his late wife's eldest child, 18, after his dad Jeff Brazier allowed them to get back in touch.
Jack beamed with happiness as he filmed himself and Bobby out together at the weekend.
He previously opened up about not seeing Jade's children after struggling with her death in 2009 from cervical cancer.
"'Jeff stopped me from seeing the boys," he told OK! Magazine.
"At that time, I was getting into trouble and I was off the rails – so Jeff was probably right to do that.
"Now he's seen I've sorted myself out, so he got in touch and said the boys had been asking about me.
"They came around to mine for tea and Jeff was there so it felt like an awkward first date!" he told the magazine.
Bobby was just six years old when he lost his Big Brother star mother.
He turned 18 earlier this month and celebrated with his dad Jeff, step-mum Kate and 16-year-old brother Freddie.
While Jade's two kids are her ex-husband Jeff's, Jack lived with Jade and the two boys for two years prior to the reality star's death.
Following her death, Jack "went off the rails", "blotting his pain" with partying, so Jeff banned him from seeing the two boys.
Describing their relationship nowadays, Jack told Closer.
"Bobby and Freddie have grown into such lovely and polite young men. Jade would be so proud of them, and Jeff has done such a good job bringing them up."
After his rough party period, Jack is now single and works as a builder in Essex.
He admits that "Jeff was probably right" to ban him from seeing the two boys during the period.
Jack met Jade in 2007, before marrying her at Down Hall County House weeks before she died.
Mark Wright was Jack's best man and Jade told guests at the end of the ceremony: "Now, I'm ready to go to heaven."
After Jade's death, Jack struggled to move on from his late wife but has finally found love 12 years on from her untimely death.
Jeff Brazier has opened up about how his sons still struggle with the death of their mum 10 years on.
In December 2018, he revealed Bobby, 16, and Freddie, 15, turning into teenagers brought fresh challenges.
He went on to explain that he used to have “monthly discussion” about Jade with his sons, but that the boys now shy away from speaking about what happened.
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