JEFF Brazier’s son Bobby enjoyed a boozy DJ session with five of his pals to celebrate returning to football after two years out with anxiety.
The drink up comes just a day after the 17-year-old model opened up about his mental health and revealed that he’s decided to head back to the pitch after some time out.
Bobby decided to celebrate the important day with a fancy meal at Melin in Chigwell with five of his close pals.
The boys dressed to impress as they wolfed down a roast at the Mediterranean restaurant, located in the heart of Essex.
They continued the good times back at home remixing some great tunes, swigging on bottles of beer and enjoying each others company.
Bobby made sure that he showed off his impressive skills on the decks.
Just last year Bobby’s dad Jeff Brazier revealed that he had signed a modelling contract and has aspirations to become a DJ.
The celebration comes a day after Bobby took to Instagram to tell his 80.5k followers that he’s started playing football again.
He told his 80.5k followers: “Getting back into football again after quitting because of anxiety for almost 2 years has been quality.
“I’m loving it again and there’s nothing like being in a team and going to war for 90 minutes working for each other.
“I’m back and I’m better ⚽️ Footballer and a model😉. #dangerous”
Bobby hasn’t only made his dad proud by returning to the pitch.
Earlier this month Jeff dubbed himself an unashamedly “proud dad” as he celebrated son Bobby’s first magazine cover.
The teen, sporting double denim Gucci, adorned the front page of Man About Town and his father couldn’t resist gushing over his achievement on Instagram.
Uploading a shot showing his son with Jade Goody lying in a cornfield in his designer clobber, he wrote: “Ok proud Dad.. Go. On. Bob! Congratulations on your 1st cover!
“Just casually laying in a field wearing a bit of Gucci.”
Bobby, who was just five when his Big Brother star mum Jade died from cervical cancer, recently exclusively told The Sun Online she is still smiling down on him and his career.
In his first newspaper chat, Bobby, who has modelled at Milan and London fashion weeks, told The Sun: “Like every boy, you want to think your mum would be proud of you.
“I hope she’s looking down on me and smiling, probably laughing, thinking, ‘Look at Bobby lying in a field in his designer gear’.
“I think she’d love the fact I’m doing these fashion shoots, walking catwalks and trying my best to make something of my life. It makes me smile just thinking about it.”
Although the teen also admitted that he’d love to become a reality star just like his mum.
Although he wants to prove himself as a model and show that he’s not go where he has today because of his famous mother.