London, (ANI): Jailed Jack Tweed has reportedly asked a prisoner to make a pastel portrait of his late wife Jade Goody. The 21-year-old, who is serving 12 weeks for assault on a taxi driver, was allegedly impressed after seeing some works of the artistic inmate at Edmunds Hill prison in Suffolk.
The widower, who lost his reality-star wife, 27, to cervical cancer on March 22, later requested his jail pal to make the image to hang in his cell. "A warden showed Jack a drawing by a prisoner and he was really impressed," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
"He found the artist and asked him to do one of Jade before giving him a photo to work from. Jack has made a shrine to Jade over his bed. "People inside quite like him and feel sympathy for him, although everyone knows he made a lot of money through Jade," the source added.