Jade Goody's mum Jackiey was in tears today as she opened up about her daughter's short marriage to Jack Tweed.
Jackiey and Jack appeared on Good Morning Britain on the 10th anniversary of the Big Brother star's death.
The mum-of-two, who shot to fame on Big Brother in 2002, was just 27 years old when she passed away following a battle with cervical cancer.
Struggling to cope with the memories, Jackiey burst into tears at the beginning of the interview.
Revealing that Jade's fans had sent her cards and letters about her death, she said: "When people say, oh 10 years have gone so quickly. I don't get it… 27th February go me because it was her wedding."
After being told she tragically had months to live, Jade announced that she would be marrying her beau of four years Jack Tweed – who had only recently been released early from an 18-month jail stint.
"They never had a wedding life," Jackie said tearfully. "If she was here now life would be very different."
She then turned to Jack and said that if Jade was here he would "still be family".
Jackiey then showed the last Mother's Day card she received from Jade while she was "very ill", which Jack retrieved for her.
Opening up about Jade's two sons with Jeff Brazier, Bobby and Freddie, Jackiey joked that the only thing they don't have of Jade's is her IQ.
She also revealed that they would watch her fitness DVDs.
"When we have a bad day we'll watch them," she said.
Meanwhile Jack opened up about his "downward spiral" following Jade's death.
He said that he "didn't blame" Jeff for not letting him see Jade's sons but now speaks to them on Instagram .
"It's been difficult time because I had a whole family and then all of a sudden everything got taken away, jade, the boys…" he said.
"Every time I picture jade she was laughing. She such a happy or positive person," he said. "I did try to move on but I tried to replace her… I don't have that same feeling [for anyone as I did] for Jade."
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She had previously been dubbed the "most hated woman in Britain" after being accused of racially bullying Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty.
However, when the news of her cervical cancer diagnosis hit in 2008 – amid her TV comeback on India's Big Brother show 'Big Boss' – the mum-of-two captured the world's hearts as she candidly shared her difficult journey with them.
Jade's battle with cancer sadly only lasted eight months, but her last days are fondly remembered by both her loved ones and her fans.
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