JADE Goody's son Bobby Brazier has revealed that his modelling career took off after he got into trouble at school.
The 16-year-old star has made a mark in the fashion world after walking for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week last year.
Now he has opened up about how he stumbled into the industry in an Instagram Q&A – explaining that it was simply a case of being in the right place at the right time.
One fan asked: "How'd you get into modelling?"
Bobby replied: "Jokes story.
"I was in trouble at school and had to go in for a meeting.
"So before I go, I go Costa for a little prep talk with my dad and then when we leave @cesarpin is chasing me down the street asking me if I'm a model."
Cesar Perin is the model scout who signed Bobby to agency Unsigned Group.
The teen also teased a future in acting when asked if he did it on the side, writing: "No, probably will though, not gonna lie."
He went on to showcase his unwavering confidence in his career choice, with one follower asking: "What do you wanna do if modelling doesn't work out?"
Bobby defiantly replied: "Modelling is going to work out" as he shared a throwback baby photo.
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 in December: "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."
Earlier this year, Bobby walked the red carpet at the prestigious Tommy Hilfiger event at London Fashion Week.
The up-and-coming star is Jade's eldest son with TV presenter Jeff Brazier, and the older brother of 15-year-old Freddie.
Jeff previously told The Sun Online: "He's signed up with a model agency because he had quite a few that wanted to take him on.
"I know he's quite sort of hopeful for what that might bring, and basically it just seems like there's a few opportunities available to him."
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