Goody plans Christening for sons
Wednesday 25 February 2009
Jade Goody is concentrating on planning her sons' Christening as she continues her fight with terminal cancer, her spokesman said.
The reality TV star is still "euphoric" about her wedding to fiance Jack Tweed on Sunday but remains very tired from the exertion of the day, according to publicist Max Clifford.
She was due to go to the Royal Marsden Hospital in London for a check-up, but instead doctors visited her at home.
Goody, 27, who has been given just weeks to live, is now making arrangements for her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, to be Christened before her death.
The ceremony has been put back to the weekend of 7 and 8 March to make it easier for the boys' friends to attend.
Mr Clifford said: "The only thing she's going to be thinking about now is organising the Christening. She wants to make it into a big party for the boys."
The publicist is also currently in discussions with ITV about Goody doing an interview with Piers Morgan, which will take place early next week if she is well enough.
He said: "She's in good spirits, and absolutely feels that the wedding was wonderful. As she said, it's the dream wedding that she always wanted.
"It was the most wonderful day. She's still euphoric about that."
The publicist admitted Goody was "very unwell", but added: "Everybody is doing as much as possible to help - the Marie Curie nurses, the Royal Marsden - and most of the time she's OK."
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