Jade Goody’s son says mum would be ‘smiling’ as he cracks the modelling industry

Jade Goody’s son says mum would be ‘smiling’ as he cracks the modelling industry

Bobby Brazier believes his mum Jade Goody, will be looking down on him and smiling as he paves his way as a high-end fashion model.

Big Brother legend Jade was just 27-years-old when she tragically lost her life after a gruelling battle with cervical cancer, leaving behind her sons Bobby and Freddie.

Eleven years after her death, her son Bobby, 17, has spoken for the first time about his late mum and his blossoming career.

Gracing the cover of Man About Town, Bobby follows in the footsteps of the likes of Brooklyn Beckham, Neymar and singer-actor, Jared Leto.

Speaking to The Sun, Bobby said: "Like every boy, you want to think your mum would be proud of you.."

"I hope she's looking down on me and smiling, probably laughing, thinking, 'Look at Bobby lying in a field in his designer gear'," he added.

Bobby who has graced the Dolce and Gabbana catwalk at Milan Fashion Week went on to say: "I think she'd love the fact I'm doing these fashion shoots, walking catwalks and trying my best to make something of my life.

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"It makes me smile just thinking about it."

Bobby, who is signed to Unsigned Group – famous for launching the career of "original supermodel" Helena Christensen admitted he would like to venture into reality television, in a similar style to his mum.

The teen who lives with TV presenter dad, Jeff Brazier, 41, and younger brother Freddie, 16, claims he doesn't want to be known because of who his mum is.

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"I get so many people saying about going on Love Island or similar shows but I want to make a name for myself first and then we'll see about reality TV.

"So when I'm further into my career and I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! call me up, I'll definitely do it," he confessed.

Speaking about his ultimate career goal, Bobby said: "But my absolute dream job is to be a judge on Britain’s Got Talent – that would be so funny.

"Maybe I could do some behind the scenes stuff first."

The youngster who boasts 79,000 social media followers also admitted to sharing famous personality trait with Jade.

"I don't think there should be as much pressure to do and say the right thing all the time because you're a 'celebrity'," he said.

Bobby's mum, Jade, was catapulted to fame in 2002 when she appeared on Big Brother and swiftly became a household name.

The former dental nurse became the first reality television star millionaire.

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