Jade Goody has reportedly left behind a wish list for her sons, revealing what she precisely wanted for them.
The late reality TV star, who passed away on Mother's Day after losing her battle to cervical cancer, had penned her wishes in a final note to her family.
The 27-year-old was said to have written daily ever since she found out about the disease, and penned her hopes for her lads, Bobby, five and Freddy, four.
"I want them both to have a Porsche as their first car. I got Bobby a little mini Porsche for his first birthday and I've had the idea ever since," the Daily Star quoted her as saying.
"I'd like my boys to have good jobs that pay a lot of money. I'd like Bobby to be a lawyer or a footballer, maybe, like David Beckham.
"Freddy could be a racing car driver. I want both boys to live in one of my houses - if they want to.
"I have a four-bed house in Ongar with a hot tub and a three-bed house in Harlow. They can decide who lives in what.
"I'd like them to go to university and the money is there if they want to," she added.
But she says the most important thing is they stay in touch with her mum Jackiey Budden, 51, and her husband Jack Tweed, 21, while they live with dad Jeff Brazier, 29.