Jack Tweed, widower of late British reality TV star Jade Goody, wants to fulfil his wife's wish by getting a tattoo of her message "Call me and I will answer".
Jack, 21, wants his wife's message written on his rib cage or across his heart and is considering old English script style for the tattoo, reports thesun.co.uk.
He is feeling relieved as he will now be allowed to attend Goody's funeral and say a "final goodbye" to his wife of four weeks on April 4. It is now confirmed that sentencing for Jack's assault on a cab driver has been put off until April 16.
The funeral will start with a cortege through Loughton, near her home in Upshire, Essex, and will be held at Goody's local church St. John the Baptist in the suburban town of Buckhurst.
Goody passed away early Sunday morning.