Jack Tweed has asked probation chiefs to relax early release terms which state he must spend evenings at his mum's house. "(Jade's) my wife and she needs me by her side," he explained
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Jade Goody's husband pleads for lifting of curfew as christening nears
26 FEBRUARY 2009
Newly-wed Jack Tweed has asked probation chiefs to lift his 7pm curfew so he can care for his ailing wife Jade Goody at her home. While the tag was relaxed to allow him and the reality TV star to spend their wedding night together, early release terms state he must return to his mother's house every evening.
"Hopefully they will relax the tag to let me be with Jade. She's my wife and she needs me by her side," he said this week as he arrived for a meeting with officers in Essex.
While the couple wait for a response to Jack's request, Jade - who is suffering from cancer – is focusing on organising the christening of her two sons Bobby Jack, five, and Freddie, four.
"She wants to make it into a big party for the boys," says her spokesman Max Clifford, who adds: "She's in good spirits, and absolutely feels that the wedding was wonderful. As she said, it's the dream wedding she always wanted. It was the most wonderful day. She's still euphoric about that."