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Goody sets weekend wedding date

Jade Goody and Jack Tweed
Jade Goody and Jack Tweed's wedding is likely to be filmed for TV

Reality TV star Jade Goody will marry her boyfriend Jack Tweed on Sunday "health permitting", her publicist Max Clifford has confirmed.

Goody, 27, who has terminal cancer, will tie the knot in a dress donated by Harrods boss Mohamed Al Fayed.

The celebrity, who has said she wants to make as much money as she can for her children before dying, is set to sign a magazine deal for the event.

Mr Clifford also said the ceremony is likely be filmed for Living TV.

Goody had been participating in a reality TV series about herself for the network before she was diagnosed with cancer but has agreed to continue with it.

"We do have various obligations with Living," Mr Clifford said.

He added they had been discussing various magazine deals, but was hoping to sign with OK! because "they know her well".

Before Goody became ill, she had a fairly tempestuous relationship with Tweed - who was jailed for assault in September 2008

The pair broke up last year but resumed their relationship on his release from prison.

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