It looks like Jade Goody will have her husband by her side as her condition worsens, with reports stating that the Ministry of Justice plans to relax Jack Tweed’s curfew as his terminally ill wife edges closer to death.
The Sun quotes a source at the department as saying that they plan to temporarily suspend Jack’s curfew so he can spend the evenings at Jade’s bedside. Under court orders, he must return to his mother’s house, a 20 minute drive from Jade’s Essex home, at 7pm each day.
“There is no question of removing the tag indefinitely now and dropping the curfew conditions,” the source told The Sun. “But we are planning for the eventuality of Jade’s death. When we have medical evidence this is imminent the tag will be removed – but only for a very limited period.”
Jack Straw stepped in to lift Jack’s curfew on their wedding night. The 21-year-old was released from jail in January after serving nearly five months of an 18-month sentence for assaulting a teenager with a golf club.
Jade has paid tribute to fellow cancer suffered Wendy Richard, who died on February 26. "I met Wendy in hospital and she was brilliant to me. She told me to keep fighting and make the most of my life. She was a lovely lady."
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