Jeremy Kyle enjoys Barbados trip with son and wife before breaking silence on C4 doc

Jeremy Kyle was spotted soaking up the sun on a Barbados beach days before the release of the scathing documentary on his former talk show.

The 56 year old was snapped alongside his wife Vicky and their baby son while on holiday last week.

Former The Jeremy Show host sported a pair of bright blue patterned swim shorts, which had motifs of sailboats on, and an orange Ralph Lauren T-shirt for the family outing.

Jeremy shielded his eyes from the bright Caribbean sun with a pair of sunglasses with black frames and a reflective lens.

He also wore a watch with a silver face and blue strap as he held onto his adorable two year old son, who's name the star is yet to reveal.

Jeremy's toddler son matched his dad as he also wore an orange top and patterned pair of swimming trunks.

However, the tot's shorts were turquoise with dark blue palm trees on. He also wore a hat which protected his head from the rays.

Jeremy, who is also dad to Harriet, Alice, Ava and Henry from his relationship with ex Carla Germaine, appeared deep in thought as he took the beachside stroll with his family.

The photos come as Jeremy broke his silence over the release of Channel 4's documentary Death on Daytime, which explored the talk show and the death of Jeremy Kyle guest Steve Dymond.

The doc also heard from some of Jeremy's former production team members, who alleged the show exploited some of its guests.

Jeremy has since spoken out about the documentary, claiming "there are two sides to every story".

Jeremy appeared on TalkRADIO on Monday and reacted to the documentary, which he is also seeking legal action over.

He said on his radio show: "Let's just deal with the elephant in the room straight away – couple of texts already talking about a certain programme that was on television last night.

"Yes, I am fully aware. I will say only this, my friends, to you. I have maintained a consistent approach over the last three years.

"I have said that I will not comment on the tragic death of Steve Dymond until the legal process has finished and that is a position I will maintain.

"When – and trust me, there will be a time after the inquest – when it is right and proper for me to have my say, because there are of course two sides to every single story, I will do it here and I will do it to you, and that is the most important thing."

He added: "With the greatest of respect, I wanted to say that."

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