Jeff Brazier has opened up about his heartache at watching his sons, Bobby (15) and Freddie (14), deal with the anniversary of their mum Jade Goody's death.
March 22 marks 10 years since the Big Brother star lost her battle eight-month battle with cervical cancer.
She was just 27-years-old.
Since her passing on Mother’s Day in 2009, their father Jeff Brazier has kept them larley out of the public eye and last night spoke of his struggle as part of a panel discussion for charity Grief Encouter - Mirror Online reports.
Speaking about his experience, Jeff said: "I've been bringing up my two children who were bereaved, they lost their mum Jade 10 years ago."
"They promise as teenagers that it's not impacting on them, but obviously you know better as an adult. You can see it, and it's really difficult when your little babies are struggling or suffering with something that you can't take away."
He continued to say: "As a parent, you want to protect your family and we want to keep our kids away from things like that.
"Of course, 10 years ago something happened that I couldn't take away, and it's been a crazy 10 years. We've gone up, we've gone down, we've gone up and that's pretty much on a weekly basis.
Both sons stood as Jeff’s groomsmen when he married Kate Dwyer last year.