Jade Goody received a message of support from the Queen's correspondence office during her final days, The Daily Mail is reporting.
The office wrote to the reality star after receiving a letter from Goody's sister-in-law, Laura. Jade wrote about the letter in a diary she kept during her battle with cervical cancer.
In Jade: Forever In My Heart, excerpts of which appear in the UK edition of OK!, Goody wrote: "Jack's sister Laura came and read out a letter from the Queen's secretary: 'I have been instructed to convey the Queen's warmest good wishes to Jade at what must be a very difficult time for her and her family.' Laura had written to her asking for her support because she knows how much I love the Queen.
" 'The Queen!' I said. That was so nice.' "
The reality TV star, who died last month at age 27, also wrote of her love and admiration for husband Jack Tweed, who nursed her through her final weeks.
"Tweed was jailed for 12 weeks by magistrates in Harlow, Essex, today for assaulting a taxi driver, and was told he would have been given a longer sentence had it not been for the 'recent change in (his) personal circumstances.' "
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: "We respond to all letters that come to Buckingham Palace but the contents remain private."
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