As reports that a memorial party will be held at Jade's favourite London nightclub in her honour were confirmed, the reality star's widower Jack continued to leave daily floral tributes at his wife's grave
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Jade Goody party to be held as Jack continues daily floral tributes
13 APRIL 2009
Jade Goody's favourite London nightclub will be the scene of a huge memorial party celebrating the life of the late star on April 22, one month after her Mother's Day passing.
Embassy owner Mark Fuller who, along with Jade's husband Jack Tweed, acted as a pallbearer at the 27-year-old reality star's funeral, has confirmed the mum-of-two wanted the night organised as a "final moment where everyone will let their hair down". A weekly 'Jade Night' is also being organised by Jack at the West End venue, where the Big Brother contestant held the launch for her fragrance Controversial in 2008.
The grieving 21-year-old also continues to lay flowers at Jade's last resting place each day. To mark Easter he arrived on Sunday with a Cadbury's crème egg to leave behind. "He has vowed to visit every day and he has done so," a pal told the Sun.
Meanwhile it has been revealed Jade pre-arranged white Easter eggs for her two boys. Bobby, five, and his four-year-old brother Freddie, who are currently holidaying in Australia with dad Jeff Brazier, will be given cards and the chocolate treats upon their return.