Cancer-stricken Jade Goody was granted her last wish after doctors allowed her to go home so that she could spend her final days with her beloved sons.
The 27-year-old, who has been given just a few weeks to live after being diagnosed with cervical cancer, was said to have constantly held on to her jailbird hubby Jack Tweed’s hand as she left London’s Royal Marsden Hospital.
A nurse escorted the Brit celebrity during the 1½-hour ambulance journey to her house in Upshire, Essex, where her mother Jackiey allegedly awaited her daughter’s arrival with balloons titled “Mum”.
Goody had reportedly last been with her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, at their christening in the chapel of the hospital.
She had requested medics to let her go to her kids, who were presently under the care of their father and Goody’s ex Jeff Brazier.
“Home is where she wants to be,” the Sun quoted her rep Max Clifford as saying.
“She is just hoping they can keep on top of the pain so she can get as good a quality of life as possible for however long she has left.
“She wants to spend the time with Jack and the boys and all those close to her,” he added.