The widower of Essex reality TV star Jade Goody, who died on Sunday after a public battle with cancer, has said he is "determined" to make his late wife proud.
Jack Tweed, who married the 27-year-old last month, will be sentenced this week for assaulting a taxi driver and may be forced to miss her funeral on April 4 if he is jailed.
He is on licence after being released from prison earlier this year after being convicted of assaulting a 16-year-old boy.
Tweed, 21, told the Sun: "I am determined to make her proud - and I will."
He said he was "moved beyond words" by the public outpouring of grief which Goody's death had provoked. Flowers, soft toys, balloons and tributes have been placed outside her home in Upshire.
"I can't thank everyone enough for the unbelievable support and goodwill the family has received. The flowers and the kindness shown by ordinary people have moved me beyond words," he said.
"Jade would have really appreciated everything that has been done."
Tweed will appear before Harlow Magistrates' Court in Essex on Thursday to be sentenced for the assault which took place in May last year.
Among those who have paid public tributes to Goody was Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, who said that her heart sank when she heard her fellow Big Brother housemate had died.
Shetty, 33, said on her blog: "Jade put up a brave fight, lost her battle with cancer but won many a heart with her courage and how she dealt with it. My heart sank on hearing the news, but in hindsight I was glad she wasn't in pain anymore and passed away peacefully in her sleep."