Reality TV star Jade Goody's clothes will be auctioned by her widower Jack Tweed to raise money for cancer charities.
Goody had died last on Sunday after battling cervical cancer in the public eye in a bid to raise awareness about the disease.
Twenty one-year-old Tweed married the 27-year-old reality star weeks before her death and plans to clear out his wife's house after her funeral on April 4.
The part time model will keep some of Goody's prized possessions but her clothes will either be donated to Cancer Research charity shops or sold off to raise money for Marie Curie nurses, reported Sun online.
A family friend told the newspaper, "Jack said he and Jade talked about what to do with her stuff when she was gone. She told him to give it away to shops or sell it, as long as the money went to a good cause.
"Obviously he wants to help with cancer charities and is looking to hold some sort of auction. He is trying to look forward now. Clearing the house fills him with dread but he knows it is the first step toward closure," the source added. Earlier it was reported that Tweed had decided to get a tattoo as per his wife's last wish reading 'call me and I will answer'.