Bobby’s brother Freddie Brazier also joined them on the holiday, but Jeff revealed that he had opted not to join them on the dolphin spotting excursion as he was still in bed.
Proud dad Jeff uploaded a video of the 20-year-old, whom he shared with the late Big Brother star Jade Goody, who passed away in 2009.
Sharing the clip, which showed the family enjoying a trip on a private boat, he wrote: “Little Bobby absolutely in his element swimming with dolphins early one morning, and although @katebrazierpr wouldn’t get in, she gave off the odd squeal every time one swam next to the boat! If only Fred had got out of bed!”
In the video, Bobby is seen beaming as he confidently jumps off the boat to get closer to the mammals.
Bobby also uploaded a video to his Instagram where he looked delighted as he swam around the sea with Jeff as the father and son duo donned goggles and flippers.
Jeff’s wife Kate also took to Instagram to share her joy at going for a getaway with Jeff, Bobby, and Freddy over the festive season.
Sharing a picture of the family in front of a stunning sunset, she penned: “First Christmas I have ever been away, and it did not disappoint. Watching this sunset on Christmas Day @sugarbeachmauritius was (no filter needed on this)
“Being back for the first time in the place we first met, now a decade on, with Bob & Fred made me quite emotional. What a journey it has been.”
Kate also commented on Jeff’s post of Bobby swimming with dolphins, writing: “Seeing Bobby smile that much was.” followed by a praying hand emoji.
Jeff has enjoyed a successful career in television, regularly appearing on shows like This Morning, while Bobby joined EastEnders as Freddie Slater in 2022.
However, Freddie has opted to stay out of the limelight, with the teen largely inactive on social media.
The model shares a close relationship with his older brother Bobby, who has shared a number of photos of them together on his public profile.
Bobby shared a series of selfies of the pair beaming back in July, alongside the caption: “Quick Fred, let me get a picture for nan. Chant and be happy.”