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Just like most parents, proud dad Jeff Brazier has revealed he worries about his sons Bobby and Freddie being trolled on social media.
The presenter, who enjoyed a road trip adventure with his boys, opened up about his kids being victims of online abuse and how communication plays a big part in dealing with it.
The 41 year old told The Sun: "I know they're going to experience it. I think they have at times. I know Bobby's pretty good with it. He's able to ignore it.
"Freddie hasn't quite had his moment of prominence, if you like. He's still followed by a ridiculous amount of people for a kid his age, but I don't think he really uses it that much. He just uses it to communicate with friends.
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"Of course you worry about these things but keeping the lines of communication open in case something unnecessary is said [is important]. They can share it and we'll work it out together."
Jeff had children Bobby, 17, and Freddie, 16, with the late Jade Goody, who passed away on 22 March 2009.
The television personality's eldest son Bobby has forged a career in modelling and Jeff recently said he hopes people be kind to his son as he continues his job in the spotlight.
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While speaking on his new podcast Jeff Brazier – Only Human, which explores mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, the dad-of-two explained that he had certain concerns over what his son's career could bring.
He told Mirror Online: "Definitely, as this particular parent who obviously not only had his own difficult experiences but also can cite many occasions when his mum went through the same.
"I think that I do enough worrying on behalf of both me and his mum when it comes to what he might be subjected to.
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"I just hope that everyone's kind, I hope that he looks after himself and makes good decisions and has always been for him to be to have a skill and a talent to develop those things.
The TV host, who wowed fans with his kitchen makeover, went on to reveal how upset Bobby was for his bright career to be put on hold because of the pandemic.
"He was gutted, because it was all falling into place," Jeff shared. "That doesn't mean to say that it won't happen, sort of, after this. He's had to deal with that question, you know, will it?"
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