The 22-year-old star - who is currently being cared for in the Peachtree Christian Hospice after being found face down and unresponsive in a bath tub on January 31 - has had her hospice room decorated with photographs of her and her late mother.
A source said: ''After the decision was made to take her off life support, Bobbi Kristina was moved to the facility so she could pass on peacefully. The family wanted Bobbi Kristina to be comfortable.
''She was dressed in her favourite pyjamas, and surrounded by framed photographs of her and her mother. The lights in her room were dimmed, and scented candles were lit.''
And in order to keep Bobbi Kristina comfortable, the family have also reportedly chosen to play some of Whitney's songs in the room.
The insider added to RadarOnline.com: ''Whitney's songs that were her favourites, including 'Greatest Love of All,' 'I Will Always Love You' and 'Didn't We Almost Have It All,' played softly.''
Meanwhile, the hospice is said to be in ''lock down mode'' after a photograph of Bobbi Kristina taken at the facility was allegedly leaked.
A source said: ''Everyone has to check their purses or bags at the nurse's station.
''They are making sure that each person that comes to see Krissy is fully checked and that they aren't sneaking anything into the room.''
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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