Goody will be taken in a white coffin bearing her name, which will arrive at St John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, in a vintage 1932 Rolls Royce hearse. The car carrying her coffin will be followed by a Bentley, four Daimler limousines, three floral hearses, and a minibus.
A perfume bottle, a camera, a tub of marmite, and a newspaper from The Sun all in flowers will also accompany the coffin. More than 300 people, including TV hosts Richard and Judy, Kerry Katona and pop stars Jamelia, and the Sugababes, will be attending Jades funeral.
Jade's husband Jack Tweed, her friend Kevin Adams, one of her bridesmaids, and a school friend are also due to make tributes. Late Jade's publicist Max Clifford, who will also read a tribute to her at St John The Baptist Church, has revealed that he has never witnessed such great media hullabaloo.
"I have dealt with people from the Beatles to Muhammad Ali, but I have never know such intensity from the media as this," Sky News quoted him as saying.
Other floral tributes, including 'Jade', 'Daughter', 'Wife', 'Mummy' and 'Granddaughter', will fill the car and adorn the side of the Rolls Royce. Thousands of well wishers are expected to wave on the cortege as it makes its way from the funeral directors F A Albin & Sons through Bermondsey and on to Essex.
However, members of the media will not be allowed into the ceremony.
London (ANI): Friends and family of Late Brit celebrity Jade Goody will bid her their last goodbye with her favorite Beatles' song 'Let It Be'. It was Goody's last wish to be buried wearing her wedding gown, and with the The Beatles' classic playing in the background.