Ms Goody has been under the care of the Royal Marsden Hospital in London since she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in August last year.
Since learning her cancer was terminal this month, Ms Goody has been looked after by a team of Macmillan nurses.
Max Clifford, Ms Goody’s spokesperson, told Nursing Times that ‘Jade has received fantastic care from the nurses and is full of praise for them’.
‘She is now receiving help at home from Macmillan nurses who have been amazingly supportive, particularly during her wedding.
The nurses ensured she was well cared for and her pain was well managed, enabling her to enjoy her day,’ he added.
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