Victoria Derbyshire’s teen son shares emotional throwback to her wedding day

Victoria Derbyshire’s teen son shares emotional throwback to her wedding day


Victoria Derbyshire’s teen son has fans in tears with emotional throwback to her wedding day

Her eldest boy Oliver, 16, has taken charge of her social media accounts while she is on the show and he posted a very special moment as the star married following her brave cancer battle

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Victoria Derbyshire’s son has let fans in on the very special moment when his mum got married – months after beating cancer.

Ollie, 16, is taking change of her social media accounts while she is taking part in I’m A Celebrity.

He is doing a fantastic job on Twitter – and even brought a tear to the eye.

Her eldest uploaded a wedding day photo of his mum and brother Joe, 14, on her big day back in 2018.

She married Mark Sandell in a beautiful ceremony a year after winning the fight of her life.

Victoria walked into the church as a gospel choir sang the Beatles’ All You Need Is Love.

Ollie shared a snap of the three of them walking down the aisle and captioned it: “Ladies and gentlemen I give you: My mums happiest moment. (And one of mine too!)”

Victoria previously opened up about the wedding and the need to get hitched to The Sunday Times.

“I remember thinking Mark and I should marry quickly in case I die,” she explained in an emotional interview.

“It was joyous and teary, and the most magnificent day of my life.

“I had to pause after saying ‘in sickness’ to hold back some tears,” the presenter added.

Victoria’s supporters told Ollie how much his mum’s strength during those dark times meant.

“I think your mum is one in a trillion! How lucky are you boys & your dad that she’s yours? I think she’s marvellous,” one wrote.

Another posted: “Your Mum is such a strong inspirational woman and brill at her job asking the tough questions & supporting the hard issues.”

A third said: “Ollie, you mam is doing brilliant on the show. You must be so proud of her. Hope your voting multiple times to keep her in.”