I just read this new report on Jade Goody which was reported about 5 hours ago. It's just so sad! I watched her wedding on TV the other day and cried so much! She only has hours left now apparently
Jade Goody, the cancer-stricken reality television star, has told her children that the "angels are calling mummy" as she gathered her family for what is feared could be the last time.
Jade Goody discharged herself from hospital last week so she could die at home.
In an emotional meeting, her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, brought flowers to her bedside for what was supposed to be an early Mother's Day party.
But the 27-year-old, who was heavily sedated and exhausted as she nears the end of her battle with terminal cancer, could only muster a few words before falling asleep.
The Big Brother star's mother, Jackiey, yesterday said Goody was clinging on to life "hour by hour" after her condition deteriorated over the weekend.
Goody, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer last summer, discharged herself from hospital last week so she could die at home.
She told her sons then: "Mummy's going to heaven soon. I'm going to be a star up in the sky, so when you are looking up you will be able to see me and know I'm there, always looking over you."
When Freddie asked why his mother was so sleepy, Goody replied: "Because the angels are calling Mummy."
Her publicist Max Clifford said that Goody had hoped to spend time with loved ones at her home in Upshire, Essex, over the weekend, but it had to be cancelled because of her rapidly ailing health.
Instead, the boys spent most of yesterday afternoon playing in the garden with Goody's new husband, Jack Tweed, 21, who had joined other family members at her bedside.
Mr Clifford said: "The boys went to see her and she was aware of them for a brief moment or two. She saw them and she smiled.
"She has put her house in order and faced up to everything in an incredibly brave way. Now we're waiting for the inevitable. It could be at any time, we just don't know."
A priest also visited Jade yesterday to say prayers and blessings. Father Francis, of West London's Ealing Abbey, was chosen by the star because he has beaten cancer.