Why does a larrie have a quote from Jay on their blog when they don't remember her as the proud grandmother she was. Makes me sad.
This ask makes me sad too.
I said I wasn’t going to shy away from saying how I feel anymore so now’s as good a time as any to put that into practice. I have a quote from Jay in my bio because I loved her, respected her, and looked up to her, as a mum and as a person. I plan on keeping it there.
I am a larrie, yes. I make no apologies for that. I believe Harry and Louis are together. And initially, my analysis of babygate was to debunk to prove that Louis wouldn’t be in this mess because he’s not straight, but it goes far beyond that.
I don’t believe Jay was a proud grandmother. I believe she had to play along with this stunt for the sake of her son, often stepping in and taking on the role of proud grandmother to take some of the burden away from him, even when she was ill, unbeknownst to us.
Jay caught a lot of flack from some people for her role in babygate but I always understood. She did what she thought she had to do for her son. A mother’s love knows no bounds. I would most likely kill someone if they severely hurt my child, and that’s not an empty threat or hyperbole. I would move a mountain just to make them smile. I know that’s what Jay wanted for all of her children, their happiness.
And so she played a role, and she played it well. And you can feel free to disagree with me about that, but I believe Jay was doing what she felt was right for her child. As any mother worth their salt would.
Can you tell me why she removed all of Freddie’s photos off her Instagram? And before you come back with an answer about privacy, remember that her son and the child’s own supposed mother and family happily splashed (and continue to splash) his image all over social media.
Jay was an extraordinary woman, wife, and mother. And that’s how I choose to remember her. I think, at the very least, we can all agree on that.