Jade Goody’s son Bobby, 17, returns to modelling with edgy shoot in London – The Sun

JADE Goody's son Bobby has wowed fans with his first modelling shoot since lockdown.

The 17-year-old made his way back into the world of fashion with a smouldering shoot in London.

Bobby shared the edgy pics with followers on social media as he worked his magic for the camera.

With his brown curly hair styled with plenty of volume, the teen looked smart as he posed moodily wearing black trousers, biker boots and a white blazer jacket.

Alongside him, his model friend George Webb was all in white with a dramatic calf-length coat.

The teen wrote on Instagram: "Little bitta behind the scenes from my first shoot back in ages for yous.





"Was sick to do it with my pal @george.s.webb and another great team. Hair by @anastasiastylianou Shot by @rhysframpton. Styled by @luca_falcioni_ @mihaliliana".

Fans commented on the handsome picture: "You are a very handsome and talented person."

Bobby Brazier previously revealed that his modelling career took off after he got into trouble at school.

Bobby's starring appearance on the catwalk came after it was revealed he'd signed with the modelling agency Unsigned Group in October 2019 after he was approached by several companies.

The star has since made a mark in the fashion world after walking for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week.

However, he previously admitted that he isn't sure if he was going to model full time, which is why he is also completing a marketing apprenticeship.

He said last year: "Modelling has been great fun, I'm loving it: you get a chance to do something exciting.

"I'm modelling alongside my apprenticeship; I'm not sure if it will be full time yet, we will have to see how it goes."

The boys were just four and five years old when mum Jade began her terminal battle with cervical cancer in 2008.

When she died on Mother's Day the following year, aged just 27, she was buried in her wedding dress along with two photographs — one of each of her boys.

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