Jade Goody's boys are all grown up, and we're sure she's watching down on them and beaming with pride

Jeff Brazier is one of those celebrities who's kept his family away from the prying eyes of the media. The TV show host has been a single parent since the untimely death of his girlfriend Jade Goody in 2009. Overthe past eight years, the world has rarely gotten a glimpse of his boys – Bobby and Freddie. The two, who are now 14 and 13, don't have a Twitter, Instagram or a Facebook account and he prefers to keep it that way.

The British television celebrity earlier said he obtained a privacy order and banned unauthorized pictures of his sons just after Jade died. He wanted his sons to experience a normal life. Up until last year, he never shared pictures of his sons or offered a glimpse of his family, but even the strictest of dads make an exception sometimes. The 38-year-old dad of two uploaded a video of his son Bobby receiving a trophy after taking part in a game of football.

Bobby Brazier wins a trophy. Source: Instagram


Bobby and Freddie Frazier point to their father's book, The Grief Survival Guide. Source: Instagram

Dressed in a navy blue jersey, Bobby collected his trophy graciously and smiled for his proud dad who filmed this precious achievement. The doting dad was no doubt grinning away as he captured his eldest son on the field.

In the years after Goody's death, the TV host has devoted his time to raising his two kids. He has dinner with them every day, gets his sons to help him cook a meal and they often share stories during meal time. His Instagram posts reveal that he also spends a lot of time outdoors fishing or going swimming with his boys. On the outside, it may look like Frazier is a wonderful hands-on the parent with his sons, but it has been difficult for him.

The Brazier family on a vacation. Source: Instagram

The Brazier family has a movie night and dad Jeff captures his sons. Source: Instagram

He said, "If Jade hadn’t died, who knows what I’d be doing now. But I know a lot about the tough side of life and in the past few years, I’ve finally learned what I’m good at and what I’m here for," according to the Daily Mail.