Ulrika Jonsson shares ‘huge relief’ as youngest son, 12, finally given leave to stay in UK | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV
Ulrika Jonsson, 53, took to Instagram tonight to reveal her youngest son has been given leave to stay in the UK. The presenter and model called the news a “huge relief” as she posted a sweet message to her 162,000 followers.
Alongside a picture of her young son with some lightsabers, Ulrika detailed the news.
She penned: “Tonight I had a 27min instruction on lightsabers from the youngest Ungrateful.
“He has just returned from the States where he custom made one. Himself.
“This is important because today I was told by the @ukhomeoffice that this half-yank, half-Viking boy has been given leave to stay in this country for an indefinite period.
“He finally has Settled Status.”
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“Must have been unsettling for a while..Here’s to the future.”
A fourth penned: “What an asset to the British people. Thank god common sense won through.”
Malcolm, 12, is Ulrika’s youngest son with her ex-husband, Brian Monet.
Brian is an American advertising executive who she married in March 2008.
However, in 2019, the pair confirmed they had divorced.