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Jade Goody Comes Home To Die

by | 12th, March 2009

JADE Goody celebrity cancer: Jade come home…

The Sun: “Hold On”

“Going home to die, stricken Jade clings to hubby Jack’s hand…saving strength for the last precious moments with her sons”

Mummy’s Home

She was carried to the ambulance wearing multi-coloured pyjamas with a Love Heart sweet pattern


Jade’s homecoming means Jack, 21, can stay with her much longer. Until now he has had to leave her hospital bedside by 5pm to get home to Buckhurst Hill, Essex, before his 7pm curfew.

Daily Mail: “’Pale and weak but relieved to be back’: Jade Goody arrives home to spend final days with her sons”

Jade Goody has returned to her Essex home to die surrounded by her family.

Her extended family.

Yesterday morning the 27-year-old was seen wrapped in a red blanket as she was wheeled on a trolley into an ambulance outside the Royal Marsden Hospital in west London.

More facts:

In the show, being screened on Living tonight, Goody wipes her eyes as she says: ‘If I die, (I’m) gonna miss all this’…

The couple plan their wedding vows, including the line: ‘I will be your everlasting, eternal love.’

Asked whether they prefer ‘everlasting’ or ‘eternal’, she says: ‘Everlasting. What’s better because I’m dying?”

Daily Mirror – Coleen Nolan: “Brave Jade Goody reveals real meaning of love”

I wept this week reading about Jade and her sons’ christenings.

That fractured wrist hurting?

Jade is a world-class example of the selflessness of a mother’s love

The Mirror: “How hospices help people like Jade Goody in their final days”

Is there anyone like Jade? If there is – and you’d like to be the new Jade – call 0800MaxClifford now!

Jade Goody’s cancer battle has made many of us rethink our own attitudes to death.

Tip 1. Get – An – Agent.

Seeing Jade preparing for her own death is the public face of a trauma that many people face privately each year.

That’s right. People die. Every year.

The Times: “Building the Olympic Dream; Jade: Bride to Be”

Tim Teeman makes a link many have overlooked.

Last week BBC Two’s brilliant series Building the Olympic Dream, featured a new star in Martin Green, the head of Olympic ceremonies, fag in hand and trying to oversee the planning and execution of the eight minutes of the closing ceremony of the Beijing Games given over to promoting London 2012: a wincing story of creative tensions and red buses becoming hedges.

Smoking. Is there a link to, you know… Jade’s cancer?

Instead, we watched her buy her wedding dress, talk about the colour of her tights, teeth whitening, the vows she wanted to exchange. The gravity of her illness was visible but unspoken. From a journalistic point of view, that was frustrating, but it was soothing to see ordinariness — giggling, laughing, padding about the house, the Marie Curie nurses in the kitchen — rather than the blaring emotion that those headlines played out.

Rutland & Stamford Mercury: “FOOTBALL: Daniels sign Ryan Amoo”

STAMFORD have moved to avert a potential midfield crisis by signing ex-Northampton and Lincoln City playmaker Ryan Amoo…

Manager Dougie Keast swooped to sign the 25-year-old – who once dated reality television star Jade Goody…

Is Amoo’s love life a factor in his signing, an attempt to celeb up the Stamfs?

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