Jade Goody's tattooed tribute
Jack Tweed will have 'call me and I will answer,' tattooed in tribute to his wife Jade Goody, who died of cancer on Sunday (22.03.09)
Jade Goody's husband, Jack Tweed, is getting a tattoo in tribute to her.
Jack will have the words, 'call me and I will answer,' inked in honour of his reality TV star wife, who died of cancer on Sunday (22.03.09).
In accordance with Jade's dying wishes, the 21-year-old will have the message written either on his ribcage or over his heart. Two of Jade's bridesmaid's have also decided to have the same tattoo.
Jack is also planning to see his wife's body one last time as it lies in state before she is buried on April 4.
A friend told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Jack is so, so down at the moment. He isn't sure he could forgive himself if he didn't take this final opportunity to tell her he loves her."
It was also confirmed yesterday (25.03.09) Jack's sentencing for an assault on a taxi driver last May has been postponed until after his wife's funeral. He was originally due in court today, but for compassionate reasons the court date has been put back to April 16.
Meanwhile Jack - who received nothing in Jade's will - has reportedly been offered millions of pounds to write a tell-all book about his time with the former 'Big Brother' star.
The 21-year-old has reportedly already secured deals to tell his side of his three year relationship, which is expected to cover how the couple met, how they both felt on realising her cancer was terminal and the truth about allegations of his infidelity.
One source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "This book will be that and the publishing deal alone will be huge. Jack could net an absolute fortune for this."
Other friends are, however, worried Jack isn't dealing well with his wife's death and want him to take time off alone to mourn.
Another friend said: "I don't think Jack has fully accepted that Jade has gone, he is acting in the same way he was when she was still alive.
"Obviously he had time to come to terms with the fact she was going to die, but it is still a massive loss."