Bobbi Kristina Brown's family are reportedly preparing to say goodbye to the 22-year-old actress, almost five months after she was found face down in a bathtub.

Radar Online reports that Whitney Houston's daughter will be moved to the house she lived in with her late mother to "die peacefully".

"They are planning to keep her in Georgia and possibly bring her back to the townhouse," an insider told the publication. "That was her home and her mother's home. If they can bring her back it would be great."

The source added: "If she's alive, then let her be home and surrounded by beautiful photos of her mother. It's as good as it gets in such a bad situation."

Bobbi Kristina has been in hospital since 31 January, when she was found unconscious in a bathtub by boyfriend Nick Gordon. The incident occurred at her home in Roswell, Georgia, shortly before the third anniversary of her mother's death. She was transported to a rehab facility in March after two months at Georgia's Emory University Hospital.

Despite the lack of improvement in her condition, her father, Bobby Brown, is said to be against the decision to let her die and is still holding on to hope that she will make a full recovery.

"Don't believe any reports that Bobby is going to take her off life support," a family source previously told People magazine. "He's never going to do that. I don't think he'll ever go there; if there's a 2% chance, a 1% chance, a 0.1% chance, he will keep hope alive."

Brown, who was married to Houston for 14 years, is currently co-guardian of Bobbi Kristina's estate along with Pat Houston, Whitney's sister-in-law. The pair have joint control over her $20m (£12.7m) inheritance.

In May, her maternal grandmother, Cissy Houston, appeared to have accepted that Bobbi was completely incapacitated, telling Entertainment Tonight: "[She is] the same, she's not progressing at all. She's not gone yet, but you know, whatever the Lord decides, I'm ready for her... I have nothing to do with that. That's His job. It's His territory, you know? And I understand it."