Cancer victim Jade Goody’s hopes for her children are unveiled in poignant final message.

The former Big Brother star, who died from cervical cancer nearly two weeks ago, said she hoped that Bobby and Freddie would turn into ‘fine, upstanding young men’, and that their times together were her ‘most precious memories’, according to The Sun.

She also pledges that her husband Jack Tweed, mother Jackiey Budden and the boys’ father, TV presenter Jeff Brazier, would help bring the boys up.

Her message – published in the newspaper – comes from a book called Jade: Remember Me This Way, about her life.

It will be published later this month with profits going to charity Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Addressing Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, Jade said: “I have asked for this book to be made so that when you are older you can remember just how much fun we had together.

“I thank God that we made the most of all our time together and I treasure the moments we shared.

“I know that with the help of nanny Jackiey, Jack and daddy Jeff you will turn into fine, upstanding young men.”

Jade added: “We had so many wonderful adventures together, from horse-riding and fishing in Wales to camel rides in the desert of Abu Dhabi and water fights at Butlins.

“These are my most precious memories, and this book will be your keepsake so that you will always remember the good times.”

Jade’s funeral will take place on Saturday April 4.

Her cortege will pass through the streets of Bermondsey before going onto St John the Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, where she will be buried.

It has been reported that her widower Jack will read a special poem at the service.

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