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Jade Goody has secured a deal with a magazine ahead of her wedding to Jack Tweed this weekend, her publicist Max Clifford has confirmed.
OK! magazine has bought the rights to Sunday's ceremony for £700,000. Living had already paid a reported £100,000 to show it as part of their series, Jade.
Clifford said that after the wedding there "won't be more episodes of the series they have been filming".
Terminally ill Goody has decided to use the media to raise funds for her sons.
'Sensitive and complicated'
A spokeswoman for Clifford's office said Tweed would not receive any money from the deal and has agreed the entire amount should be passed onto Bobby, five, and four-year-old Freddie.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown added his voice today to the chorus of well wishers. He said the entire country was concerned about Goody's health and that it was "tragic" her treatment had not worked.
Despite being told she was dying last week, Goody has continued to allow cameras to film her as part of a series on Living TV.
"They [Living TV] have an ongoing relationship with Jade, but then of course because of what's happened to her, that has become much more sensitive and complicated," Clifford said.
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"What I suggested is they film the wedding, and then that's it. There won't be more episodes of the series they have been filming."
OK! magazine have also secured the rights to pictures of the christening of Goody's sons, which will take place ahead of the wedding ceremony, according to the publication.
The film of the wedding will be produced by Kate Jackson, who is also one of the bridesmaids.
Goody has also asked two other close friends to act as bridesmaids.
The guest list is being finalised, and some famous faces are expected to attend, but no-one has been confirmed yet.
The wedding is scheduled to take place at Down Hall, a country house hotel in Hertfordshire close to her home in Ongar, Essex.