Big Brother legend Jade – who passed away in 2009 following a battle with cervical cancer - would have turned 35 on 5 June.
She left two sons, Bobby and Freddy, with Jeff.
Tweeting today, Jeff said: "Organising something special for the boys to do on their mums birthday this Sunday. #Remember."
Jeff, 37, has spoken in the past about keeping Jade's memory alive for Bobby, 13, and Freddie, 11.
Marking seven years since Jade's death, he said in March: "This day 7 years ago I was worried, upset & fearful for our future. Today I'm respectful, humbled & grateful to be responsible for our boys. I'm grateful to those who support & encourage myself & the boys.
"We're doing well so far & I thank you for being a part of that. #TeamBobFred."
Jeff has spoken in the past about how he keeps Jade's memory strong with the boys, saying they celebrated Mummy's Day every month, usually on the 15th.
"We will release balloons or we'll write letters and post them, whether they think they are going to get there or not it doesn't matter, it's expressing," he said.
"It's writing those memories down, those thoughts and those feelings and even if it's sad and something that you perceive as being negative, it's not hurting them. It's hurting them more not to talk about it, than it is to actually put it down on paper and do something with it."
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