Jade leaves everything to sons - but Jack is left empty-handed
The late Jade Goody has reportedly left each of her sons £2million, but left new husband Jack Tweed empty-handed.
Bobby, five and Freddie, four, have both had trust funds set up for them by the reality TV star, guaranteeing them financial security for life.
All future school fees will be covered, after Jade’s wish was to provide the boys with everything in life that she never experienced.
The boys’ father, Jeff Brazier, was told by Jade he would not need to worry about supporting their sons financially, but would just need to provide them with a home.
Ahead of her death last Sunday, Jade announced: ‘Everything I have, my houses, my money, is going to my sons. I always wanted my family to have what I never could, no matter what it might cost.’
According to reports Jade offered her hubby Jack the £1million home they shared together, however Tweed turned down the gesture, saying he couldn’t bare to live at the property without Jade.
Instead, the TV star’s mum, Jackiey, will reside at the Essex home.
Meanwhile, it was confirmed yesterday that Tweed will be able to attend his wife’s funeral next week after initial fears he may be sentenced today for assault on a taxi driver. The sentencing has now been put back until after 4 April.
Tweed, who is said to be ‘physically very tired but emotionally exhausted’, is also set to fulfil one of Jade’s final wishes by having a tattoo reading: ‘Call Me And I Will Answer’ written on his heart.