Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby Brazier has made a heartbreaking confession about his late mum Jade Goody.
The EastEnders star is the son of TV icon Jade and presenter Jeff Brazier. The pair got together back in the early 2000s and went on to have two children, Bobby and Freddie.
However in 2009, Jade tragically passed away from a difficult battle with cervical cancer, which prompted 400,000 women to go for tests. Bobby was just five years old and brother Freddie was four.
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Now, at 20 years old, Bobby has opened up about his late mum. The Strictly star admitted how he doesn’t miss Jade much, but sadly confessed he “misses what could’ve been.”
Speaking to The Face, Bobby shared: "I don't feel like I was with her long enough to miss her. I miss what could've been.”
He went on: “I hear all the time she was such a presence, that she was one of a kind." Bobby also added how he’d love to see “what other people have seen.”
In a previous interview with The Times, Bobby was asked what memories he has of Jade. The actor replied: "Not a whole lot.
"Maybe memories of memories. I'm always being told about her and what she meant to people. I guess I know my mum through other people's memories of my mum.”
Back in September, he left fans emotional after revealing his heartfelt plans to honour his mother, Jade Goody, during the 2023 series of Strictly Come Dancing. Speaking ahead of his Strictly stint, he opened up on the songs he'd like to perform to, bravely revealing the one track that'd he do for his mother.
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In an interview with The Daily Mail he said: "There's a few – it depends on the mood. Saturday Love and also This Woman's Worth by Maxwell – that would be beautiful; I'd hope to make people cry doing that. Maybe I'll dedicate that one [to my mum]. I haven't thought about it, but maybe that one."
While speaking to The Daily Mirror, he added: "She'd be happy that I'm doing something that makes me happy. Like all my friends and all of my family, and everyone that loves me is. They're happy for me because they know how much I'm going to enjoy myself and how happy I am to just be here."
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