As Bobbi Kristina Brown's family members prepare to say their final goodbyes, they are also trying to make the 22-year-old comfortable by playing her mother Whitney Houston's music, and dressing her up in her favourite clothing, a new report claims.
Bobbi Kristina's family members such as father Bobby Brown and aunt Pat Houston are often photographed visiting Bobbi Kristina at the Peachtree Christian Hospice, where she is spending her final few days.
"After the decision was made to take her off life support, Bobbi Kristina was moved to the facility so she could pass on peacefully," a source told Radar Online. "The family wanted Bobbi Kristina to be comfortable," the source shared.
Reportedly, the family has made sure she is dressed comfortably and the surrounding is to her liking so that she can spend her final few days in peace.
"She was dressed in her favorite pajamas, and surrounded by framed photographs of her and her mother. The lights in her room were dimmed, and scented candles were lit," the source added. "Whitney's songs that were her favorites, including 'Greatest Love of All,' 'I Will Always Love You' and 'Didn't We Almost Have It All,' played softly."
Bobbi Krisitna, who was hospitalised back in January after she was found lying unconscious in a bathtub in the home she shared with her boyfriend Nick Gordon, was moved to a hospice care facility in late June.
Although it is not immediately known how Bobbi Kristina ended up lying unconscious in a bathtub, a recent interview by one of her close friends hinted that Gordon could have been responsible.
Alex Reid gave an exclusive interview to E! News saying Gordon was violent, and that Bobbi Kristina was often physically abused by her boyfriend.
However, Gordon exonerated himself, saying drugs played a role in her tragic accident.
"I'll tell you the honest truth, Krissy, she was under a lot of stress and we were all doing drugs and you know, all, all drinking, bro," Gordon told one of Bobbi Kristina's family members, reported TMZ.