London (ANI): Jade Goody's family is reportedly worried that robbers may target her grave and steal 'trophies'. Widower Jack Tweed and mum Jackiey Budden had begged fans to stay away from her secret burial place, insisting: “We don't want to turn it into a shrine."
About 100 people had flocked to the quiet spot where the mum-of-two, who lost her battle with cervical cancer on March 22, aged 27, had been buried. Jack was desperate for her burial place to be kept private but was left disappointed when mourners discovered its location.
And now, the pair were allegedly considering hiring security to keep obsessive fans at bay. “There was talk of Jade being buried where she is out of reach of the public, like Princess Diana, but her family know that she belongs to the people," the Daily Star quoted Bishop Jonathan Blake, who married Jade and Jack, as saying.
“But the consequence of this is that Jade's family must now manage the crowds. One way would be to have guards there permanently," he added.