Jade Goody faces spending her wedding night alone after a jail boss refused to relax a curfew for groom Jack Tweed, it has been reported.

The prison governor rejected a plea for former jailbird Tweed to waive his bail conditions after Sunday’s ceremony, The Mirror said.

Former Big Brother star Jade, who has been given weeks to live after learning her cervical cancer had spread, was said to be ‘heartbroken’ over the move.

Jack was jailed for 18 months last September after assaulting a teenager with a golf club.

He was released early last month on condition he wears a tag and returns to his mother’s house in Essex by 7pm each day.

On Thursday preparations for the wedding – which is fetching an estimated £1 million in broadcast and magazine rights – gathered pace.

Jade and Jack received a visit from Bishop Jonathan Blake, of the independent London-based Open Episcopal Church.

He refused to be drawn on whether he would be conducting the wedding ceremony, but a source close to the planning said it was thought this would be the case.

Jade was also driven from her Essex home to buy wedding presents, and later met three of her bridesmaids.

Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty also urged people to pray for the mother of two as she prepared for her wedding.

Shilpa and Jade were at the centre of the Celebrity Big Brother race row two years ago, which sparked thousands of complaints.

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