And day-to-day I do things like leave old magazines on the coffee table that have stories about Jade in them, so the boys can have a little look if they’re curious. ’ at that point, with only a few months of her life left. I was focusing on what my actions would be when all the responsibility for the boys would become mine.The internet’s also great, because the boys can look for their mum online and find memories of her there. Would she have supported you taking the boys out of the spotlight? I went to the Press Complaints Commission and said: ‘Can you help me to stop photographers taking pictures of the boys?Their accounts are private now, but as they get older people are going to be interested in what the boys are doing. It’ll be interesting to see how they are in love and how they treat women and what they look for.READ THE LATEST CELEB GOSSIP HERE They’ll soon be dating. But it won’t do for me to be too involved – you can’t choose who your children fall in love with. Freddie has such an emotional depth – he’d be really good as a life coach. He’s a natural entertainer; he loves making people happy.But the down-to-earth dad is the first to admit that he’s made lots of parenting mistakes along the way… I became a life coach about three years ago and most of my clients have been bereaved.They’ve gravitated towards me because they’re aware of my experience with Jade and the boys.
“Also that we’ve moved house four times since Jade died, for various reasons – the boys really needed roots,” he added to Now magazine.It looks like you’ve done a brilliant job bringing them up. If you got it perfect, I want to know what book you’ve read! It would have been so useful for the boys to have been able to express their grief to something that wasn’t going to give them advice or anything – that gave them unconditional love and just laid with them and was just there in the moment. Also that we’ve moved house four times since Jade died, for various reasons – the boys really needed roots. If they go on social media, the privacy you’ve cultivated will be gone…It’s not realistic to keep them off social media and that’s something I’ll be encountering soon.He recently released his first book entitled The Grief Survival Guide as a tool to help those dealing with the loss of a loved one.Jeff has spoken openly about his experiences as a single dad trying to guide his children through their bereavement.