Jade's funeral to be televised
Jade Goody has reportedly made arrangements for her funeral to be televised. The former Big Brother contestant has arranged for a large screen to be erected outside the church so that the service can be watched by fans.
Goody is said to have chosen an oak coffin from the Royal Windsor Forest and wants to be taken in a convoy of seven cars from her home to the St. John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, according to Metro.
The convoy will rumouredly include a Daimler used by the late Queen Mother, and a Rolls-Royce used by the Sultan of Brunei. She has also chosen celebrity undertakers F. A. Albin & Sons from ITV1 documentary Don't Drop The Coffin and selected the hymn 'All Things Bright And Beautiful'.
According to The Sun, nurses have told husband Jack Tweed and mother Jackiey Budden that Goody "will probably not wake up" the next time she falls into a deep sleep. "It's over. Jade barely has the strength to talk. She will occasionally weep, but is too frail now to even squeeze her mum’s hand," a source said. "The nurses talk to her quietly and do what they can to control the pain. Her disease has been so cruel to her - and for everyone who loves her, we just want her suffering to stop."