Jack, 21, was sent to Wayland for assaulting a 16-year-old boy with a golf club. He was released on condition he wears a tag and returns to his mum"s home in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, by 7pm each night. The couple were disappointed at the refusal to waive the curfew after learning another prisoner recently had his bail conditions altered to visit a relative in hospital.
“It"s left Jade heartbroken not to have Jack with her on her wedding night – it"s too much to bear," the Mirror quoted a source, as saying. “This will destroy Jack and Jade"s wedding. They won"t be able to sit down and have a proper meal or a first dance," the source added.
However, the former Big Brother star has vowed not to let the anguish over Tweed"s curfew spoil her wedding. Goody, who probably has only weeks to live, has kept herself busy with wedding preparations.
Her publicist Max Clifford said: “She"s determined. And anybody that knows Jade knows what a determined young lady she is. She is now busy with all the wedding preparations and so far so good. The busier she is the better. She"s enjoying all of this planning and it takes her mind off things. She has plenty to look forward to and focus on and is very excited about it all."
London (ANI): Jade Goody is heartbroken after a prison governor rejected a plea to waive Jack Tweed"s curfew so they could spend their wedding night together. The rejected application to waive the bail conditions had been made to the governor of Wayland prison in Norfolk.