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Jack Tweed says late wife Jade Goody would '100%' want him to be in her sons' lives

Jack Tweed says late wife Jade Goody would '100%' want him to be in her sons' lives

Jack Tweed admitted he still sees Bobby and Freddie as his 'stepsons'

Jack Tweed, the widower of Big Brother star Jade Goody, has said his late wife would 'one hundred million percent' want him to be in her sons’ lives.

Jade rose to fame when she appeared on the third series of the Channel 4 reality show in 2002, before going on to star on season five of the celebrity spin-off in 2007.

But in 2008, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer which later was confirmed to have spread to other areas of her body, including her liver, bowel and groin.

Jade passed away in March the following year at the age of just 27, leaving behind her two kids with ex-partner Jeff Brazier, sons Bobby and Freddie – who are now aged 20 and 19, respectively.

Jade Goody with Jack Tweed.
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One month before her death, she married partner Jack Tweed, who says he still sees her kids as his ‘stepsons’.

Speaking to The Mirror, he said he felt Jade would be delighted with ‘how well’ both of her sons are doing, having remained in touch with them over the years.

"Jeff has done an amazing job bringing them up,” Jack gushed.

“In my eyes and the way I care about them, I look at them as my stepsons, but I don't want to take credit for how Jeff has brought them up."

He added: "Jade would be over the moon how well they're both doing."

The boys with dad Jeff Brazier.

The 36-year-old has grown closer to Bobby over time, as they share TOWIE star James Argent as a mutual friend and also socialise in Essex.

"I see Bobby quite a bit,” he said, adding that they last crossed paths ‘three or four weeks ago’.

“He's become friends with Arg so whenever he sings at Sheesh, Bobby will come. He's come to a few parties. I've been out to lunch with him a couple of times too. Freddie I've seen a few times as well."

But while he occasionally bumps into the boys, he admitted he’d love to spend a day together properly – for old time’s sake.

Bobby is now 20, while his younger brother Freddie is 19.

He continued: “I'd like to take Bobby and Freddie out and be normal, just like we used to be, maybe one day. Jade would one hundred million per cent want me to be in their lives."

Jack also said he’s managed to maintain a relationship with Jade’s mum Jackiey.

"I still speak to her mum,” he said.

“Jackiey is a bit nuts, I love her, she's funny. I still catch up with her and she's come to every single charity event. Jade would be happy that I still talk to everyone."

Featured Image Credit: Dave Hogan/Getty Images / Instagram/@bobbybrazier

Topics: Celebrity, Parenting