“Jack is still coming to terms with burying Jade but knows jail is a real possibility. He can't bear the thought of not being able to visit his wife's grave," the Sun quoted a close pal as saying. “But he has said the next best thing would be to have a memory box of their life together," the pal added.
However, Jack is afraid as to whether the jail authorities will allow him to take the box or not, as anything he would take will have to be approved by the authorities. Meanwhile, Jade, who died of cancer on Mother's Day at her home in Upshire, Essex, left a similar box for sons Bobby, 5, and Freddie, 4.
London (ANI): Jack Tweed, the widower of late Brit TV celebrity Jade Goody, wants to take memory box consisting Jade's belongings to jail in her remembrance. Jack, who is has been convicted for attacking a cab driver, is busy picking his favorite wedding pictures, letters and his late wife's jewellery, to feel close to his late wife, while his time in jail.