“She will be coming home tomorrow — but only if nurses are able to keep her pain at bay," the Sun quoted Goody"s spokesman Max Clifford, as saying. “The plan is she will leave in an ambulance under supervision of someone from the Marsden who will administer the epidural and pain control. Jade is desperate to get home with the boys." However, he added: “If doctors are not happy tomorrow morning she will not go home."
Clifford said that Goody was 'thrilled" at the prospect of returning to the boys and new husband Jack Tweed. “Jade knows she hasn"t very long and wants to be at home surrounded by loved ones and family," he said.