Jack Tweed pays moving tribute to Jade Goody on 6th anniversary

Jack Tweed pays moving tribute to Jade Goody on 6th anniversary

The widower of reality star Jade Goody has paid tribute to his late wife on the sixth anniversary of her death.

Jack Tweed took to Twitter this morning to tweet a collage of photos of the couple along with her two sons, Freddie and Bobby.

“6 years gone miss you more each day #jade #RIP,” he captioned the post.

Jade Goody died on Mother’s Day in 2009 from cervical cancer.

In December of last year Jade’s former partner Jack Brazier opened up about how his children cope following the death of their mother.

“They can Google her and find a thousand images. They laugh at some and ask me about others," he said in a blog post.

"A lady sent me a tweet saying, ‘Your sons’ mum definitely saved my life through raising awareness of cervical cancer.’ What a great story to be able to tell the boys."

Jeff also admitted that the children no longer see Jack Tweed but he hoped this could happen sometime in the future.

“Jack has more memories of Jade to share with the boys than I do," he said.

"He could sit and talk to them for days about her. And I really want that to happen.

“But not at the moment. Not until I feel it is the right time.”

Jack has also recently split up with girlfriend Chanelle Hayes also of Big Brother fame.

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