Goodys sons celebrate early Mothers Day with dying mumMarch 16th, 2009 - 6:11 pm ICT by ANI
London, March 16 (ANI): Jade Goodys sons brought flowers for their cancer-stricken mum in what could be one of their last visits as she gradually nears her end.
Five-year-old Bobby and four-year-old Freddie visited the 27-year-old, who has just few hours to live after being diagnosed with cervical cancer, to spend time together as part of an early Mothers Day celebration.
In a touching moment, the little pair held onto their mums hand as weak Jade fell asleep after being heavily sedated to lessen her shooting pains.
The boys went to see her and she was aware of them for a brief moment or two. She saw them and she smiled, the Sun quoted her spokesman Max Clifford as saying.
She has put her house in order and faced up to everything in an incredibly brave way. Now were waiting for the inevitable. It could be at any time, we just dont know, he added.
Jade had pleaded doctors at Londons Royal Marsden Hospital to let her return to her house in Upshire, Essex, so that she could spend her final days with her beloved lads.
Her worsening condition had left medics to fear that she could slip away any time.
She had then told her kids that she would be looking over them as a bright star up in the sky.
She had said: Mummys going to heaven soon. Im going to be a star up in the sky, so when you are looking up you will be able to see me and know Im there, always looking over you.
And when innocent little Freddie asked: Why are you so sleepy?
The brave mum replied: Because the angels are calling Mummy. (ANI)
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