“He's very upset that he will miss the send-off," the Sun quoted a friend of Tweed, who was freed early from jail after beating a teenager with a golf club, as saying. “But he will be home in time. Jade wouldn't have wanted him to get in trouble," the friend added.
Meanwhile, close friends and family will carry on having a buffet and drinks at Blakes Golf Club in Ongar, Essex, after the funeral.
London (ANI): Late Brit celebrity Jade Goody's hubby Jack Tweed, 21, will have to leave her wake early on April 4 in order to avoid breaking his curfew. As soon as he has attended Goody's funeral, Tweed will have to hurry back to his mum Mary's home and be there by 7pm in accordance with his probation terms.