Jade Goody will reportedly be buried with her sons' pictures, as it was one of her last wishes.
The 27-year-old died peacefully on March 22 in her sleep, while mum Jackiey Budden and hubby Jack Tweed held on to her hands.
According to a source, the Brit reality star, who lost her battle to cervical cancer, had requested to be laid to rest with happy memories of her sons - Bobby, 5, and Freddy, 4 - after she left them on Mother's Day.
"She asked to have a selection of Bobby and Freddie photos placed next to her in the coffin," the Sun quoted the source as saying.
Jade had also planned her final resting place during her extremely painful ordeal after the disease spread to her entire body.
She wanted to buried at her favourite church, St John The Baptist in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, and had insisted that all those who wanted to attend her funeral were welcome.
Her friend and spokesman Max Clifford said: "Her wishes were that everybody who wanted to could come. The church will be for family and friends only, but we have talked about relaying the service to people outside."