London, March 23 (ANI): Jade Goody left the world securing her sons' future, leaving behind a four-million-pound legacy for them.
The 27-year-old, who passed away peacefully in her sleep on Mother's Day, had planned her last few weeks as she battled cervical cancer that had spread to her entire body.
The Brit reality star had entered magazine and TV deals to provide for Bobby, 5, and Freddie, 4, after her death.
Jade, who herself grew up in the back streets of Bermondsey, South East London, with druggie parents, had, during her lifetime, pledged to give her sons a better beginning than what she herself had.I've always wanted my family to have what I never could, no matter what it might cost," she once said, according to The Sun.
"I wanted to get Bobby into a private school. It costs over two grand a term, but I was willing to put all my savings into giving my kids a good education.
"I will never forget his first day. It was so sweet seeing him in that uniform.
"I took Bobby into the classroom and could hardly hold back the tears.
"He sat down in his little chair and looked at me and said softly, 'You can go now, Mum. Don't cry. I'm going to be all right here'. I love the joys of being a mum," she had added. (ANI)