The 27-year-old, who will be buried on April 4, had penned her final words for her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, reports the Telegraph. They read: "To Bobby and Freddie, I thank God that we made the most of all our time together and I treasure the moments we shared. "I know that with the help of Nanny Jackiey, Jack and Daddy Jeff you will turn into fine, upstanding young men.
"We had so many wonderful adventures together, from horse-riding and fishing in Wales to camel rides in the desert of Abu Dhabi and water fights at Butlins. "These are my most precious memories.
"Some person much wiser than me once said that if you never discovered something you would die for, then you haven't lived. "Well, you are both proof that I have lived. I will love you always. Mummy." The book will be published and profits from the sale will go to the cancer charity which lent her support during her struggle.