Late British reality TV star Jade Goody told husband Jack Tweed to look for 'someone nice' after she died.
Goody, who died last month aged 27, kept a diary of her public battle with cervical cancer. In it she wrote of her love and admiration for Tweed, who nursed her through her final weeks, reports mirror.co.uk.
In Jade: Forever In My Heart, extracts of which appear in this week's OK! magazine, Goody wrote of the tender way 21-year-old Tweed looked after her. She also wrote that she had told Tweed she did not want him to stay single after her death.
"I told Jack - 'I want you to meet someone nice'. Jack looked horrified. 'I don't want anyone else', he said," wrote Goody, who has left behind her two kids.
Recently, Goody's mother Jackie Budden also expressed a desire that Tweed must move on with life and marry again.
Twenty seven-year-old Goody married Tweed, 21, just a few weeks before she died of terminal cancer last month.
Tweed was jailed for 12 weeks Tuesday for a vicious assault on a taxi driver, and was told he would have got longer had it not been for the death of Goody.