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She married Abdullah Badawi while he was in office, she was his second wife after the death of Badawi's first wife, Endon Mahmood.
Radio and television stations switched to a somber mood by broadcasting songs with verses from the holy Quran.
Muslim radio announcers called on listeners to offer the Al-Fatihah verse to Endon.
The wife of Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, died in her official residence, Seri Perdana in Putrajaya, Malaysia at 7.55 a.m 20th October 2005 after battling breast cancer for three years.
Endon, 64, had recently returned from undergoing treatment in Los Angeles, America.
Endon insisted she was never passionate about politics, and that she had to "slowly accept it" when Abdullah became much busier after he was elected a member of Parliament in 1978.Her first official engagement as the wife of the Prime Minister was when she accompanied Abdullah to Brunei on 11 June 2007 to attend a banquet hosted by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei in conjunction with the wedding of the Sultan's fourth daughter Princess Hajah Majeedah Nuurul Bulqiah to Pengiran Khairul Khalil Pengiran Syed Haji Jaafar.At a press conference after the engagement was announced, Abdullah stated he had known her for about two decades, as she had been his sister-in-law; Jeanne had been married to Othman Mahmood, who was the younger brother of Abdullah's first wife, Tun Endon Mahmood.Jeanne has two daughters, Nadiah Kimie, 39 and Nadene Kimie, 37 from her previous marriage.Nadiah runs a visual communications company in Kuala Lumpur.
She later told reporters that he said: "I've lost my mother and I don't want to lose you too." Abdullah and Endon often showed public displays of affection, including hugs and kisses on each other's cheeks.