Ulrika Jonsson has said she is relieved her son, who was deported from the US to Sweden, can now stay in the UK. The former TV presenter’s son had been living in New York for six years but was sent back to Sweden after his visa expired.
Ulrika Jonsson was relieved her son, 13, could stay in the UK after he returned from the USA.
Malcolm, Ulrika Jonsson’s son, is allowed to remain in the United Kingdom forever (Photo: Rex/Instagram/ulrikajonssonofficial).
Ulrika Jonsson expressed her joy at the Home Office granting her 13-year-old son settled status, allowing him to stay in the UK.
Malcolm, 13, had lived in the United States, where his father, Brian Monet, is from, and now has established status in the UK, allowing him to live, work, and study indefinitely.
‘Tonight I got a 27-minute lesson on lightsabers from the youngest Ungrateful,’ Ulrika said with a picture of Malcolm holding a lightsaber he had constructed. He just returned from the United States, where he custom-built one. Himself.
‘This is significant since the @ukhomeoffice informed me today that this half-yank, half-Viking kid has been granted indefinite permission to remain in the United Kingdom.’ He is now officially settled.’
‘Which is a great relief since getting him adopted overseas was going to be a nightmare,’ she laughed. Thank you, United Kingdom, for allowing me to keep him at my side.
‘And you know where to locate the b**ger if anybody is interested in lightsabers.’
Ulrika previously said that the pandemic brought her and her ex closer together. (Image courtesy of Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Ulrika has three more children from prior relationships: Cameron, 26, Bo, 21, and Martha, 17.
Following their divorce in 2019, the 53-year-old broadcaster stated last year that she was thankful for the coronavirus epidemic for bringing her and ex-husband Brian, 52, closer together.
‘If you had told me two years ago that a terrible and punishing virus would destroy the world and force me to spend more time with my ex-husband, I would have believed the first part but not the second,’ she said at the time.
‘My ex-husband walked out approximately 18 months ago, after our marriage had been put to the test for a variety of reasons, one of which being a terrible loss of intimacy… We continued to co-parent in an intimate and effective manner.’
‘I believe I was in shock when coronavirus attacked all of our lives, and the empathic part of my nature meant I cared about others, regardless of the past or the present,’ Ulrika said.
Ulrika Jonsson is a Swedish actress.
‘I felt a wave of dread wash over me, but my impulse was to check on everyone else – even my ex.’ We had a candid discussion about our discomfort, dread, and utter panic for the first time in all our years together.
‘While I may be concerned about my own mental health, I am always capable of worrying more about others. The kids need their father, and this seemed like a turning point in our relationship.’
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