The sad and of the now saga of Jade Goody continues, thankfully.
Every day for the British reality TV star is a cherished one as she is dying publicly, documenting and profiting off her life, as she has for the last 5+ years.
Goody, whose cancer is terminal and has spread to her brain, was baptized in her London hospital on Saturday, along with her two young sons.
Jade had hoped to be good enough to do it at a church but was feeling too ill and the christening had to take place at the hospital chapel.
Her publicist said the "very pale and fragile" Goody was in a wheelchair and assisted by nurses during the service at London's Royal Marsden Hospital.
The ceremony is the last thing the reality TV star will do in the public eye, says her rep.
Goody's husband, Jack Tweed, and her mother, Jackiey Budden, were also present at the ceremony along with other members of her family.
Her publicist says:
"It was in my mind that she was saying a final goodbye to some people. Jade was obviously very happy with the whole thing; Jeff was there on one side, Jack was there on the other side, and it was a very short and emotional service.
I think everybody knew just how important it was to Jade.
She finds it very hard to stay awake for more than a few minutes but she stayed awake for the 20 minutes of the service.
It was a very positive atmosphere, after each of the boys were christened everyone clapped and after Jade was christened everyone clapped again.
It was a very simple service. There were prayers and blessings and a few short readings."
Our thoughts go out to Jade and her family.
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