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Fears for Jade as Jack rushes to her bedside

carol123 Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Just seen on the Mail online news that Jack has was called in an emergency to b by Jade's bedside this evening. They say it may just be to calm Jade down but who knows... 'That doesn't mean she's going to die tonight but obviously it's a very worrying situation.'Jade was in a lot of pain and he has a very calming effect on her.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1160476/Fears-Jade-Jack-rushes-bedside.html

Poor Jade :( Hope shes not suffering too much pain x
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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[mod]#1
It's so sad for the children. And what they will suffer in the coming years.
banned#2
That Daily Mail doesn't miss a beat. Good work on Max Clifford. He earns that 10%.
#3
my heart goes out to her and her family, i cant imagine how she is feeling, im a mother myself and i would hate to be in her situation - god bless her x
#4
andywedge
It's so sad for the children. And what they will suffer in the coming years.


I know, although I think their father, Jeff ,seems to have been really supportive looking after them and staying away from the limelight.
I think with their dads protection and love, along with the money Jade has raised for their future and education they will grow up to be strong young men with a good head on their shoulders... one things for sure, they will always be reminded of their mother who has proven to love them eternally!
#5
omg no comment
#6
FilthAndFurry
That Daily Mail doesn't miss a beat. Good work on Max Clifford. He earns that 10%.


lol lazy cynicism at its finest.
banned#7
ants97
lol lazy cynicism at its finest.


Moi? I'm a big fan of Max Clifford. Suppressing those scruples to wring the last few pennies from his no.1 product. Good on the Mail too - I can't remember the last time they wrote so many pieces on a woman without questioning her weight or appearance.
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FilthAndFurry
Moi? I'm a big fan of Max Clifford. Suppressing those scruples to wring the last few pennies from his no.1 product. Good on the Mail too - I can't remember the last time they wrote so many pieces on a woman without questioning her weight or appearance.


FilthAndFurry, I'm used to your deliberate and offside comments now. But there's a time and a place.
#9
so very very sad
banned#10
andywedge
FilthAndFurry, I'm used to your deliberate and offside comments now. But there's a time and a place.


Any comment is deliberate - I don't mash the keys with my face and happen to form a few cogent sentences.

Offside - that's subjective. Personally I think it's disgusting how many people are making money out of misery, and how many people are buying it.

Course it's sad for her and her family, but I don't think it's unfair to highlight the views I do. They may be uncomfortable for some, but I think they're important.
[Moderator]#11
Media gone mad, its a sad sign of the times.
the only innocents are the kids.....and Jack Tweed is not a good role model.
#12
The whole thing is objectionable.

A woman with below average intelligence gets paid to die in the public eye. Horrible.
banned 1 Like #13
grex9101
The whole thing is objectionable.

A woman with below average intelligence gets paid to die in the public eye. Horrible.


It is too similar to The Truman Show for comfort. It's that last scene on the boat, even more macabre.

That was supposed to be a cautionary tale, not a blueprint.
#14
FilthAndFurry
It is too similar to The Truman Show for comfort. It's that last scene on the boat, even more macabre.

That was supposed to be a cautionary tale, not a blueprint.


Crikey, arguing in one thread, agreeing in another.

a HUKD first!!! :thumbsup:
banned#15
grex9101
Crikey, arguing in one thread, agreeing in another.

a HUKD first!!! :thumbsup:


Actually, I think we agree in both. Just coming at it from slightly different perspectives.
#16
FilthAndFurry
Actually, I think we agree in both. Just coming at it from slightly different perspectives.


I hate it when people are so..... reasonable :-D
#17
carol123
I know, although I think their father, Jeff ,seems to have been really supportive looking after them and staying away from the limelight.
I think with their dads protection and love, along with the money Jade has raised for their future and education they will grow up to be strong young men with a good head on their shoulders... one things for sure, they will always be reminded of their mother who has proven to love them eternally!


I agree, but I do also think that in his own funny way Jack's been really good with the boys, taking them to school etc, when they're not even his. I bet he really regrets his assualts now as he might be put away and not be there for Jade, if anything is going to turn someone's life around I should say it will be something like this. I just hope he still gets to see them after Jade dies as he must to be close to the boys with them living mostly with him and Jade before this all started, it would be such a shame for the boys if they weren't allowed to see him as well as never seeing there mum again.
#18
I'm very saddened by it all,pure human compassion and have also had a loved one die within a few weeks after being diagnosed with liver cancer. It's a heartbreaking situation and i don't understand how anyone can criticise her now. I don't think she has long to go. She has done everything in her power to make sure her boys will be looked after and I'm sure their dad will try to keep them out of the limelight once she's gone as he seems like a decent guy. She just used the power of the media for their benefit and I think that there is nothing wrong with that. After all, they have used her for years.
#19
grex9101;4636029
The whole thing is objectionable.

A woman with below average intelligence gets paid to die in the public eye. Horrible.

I agree, the only thing she will be remembered for is dying. Dreadful. Although I do admire her trying to make some money for her children - but at what expense? Imagine in 20 years time someone says to them 'I remember your mother, she's the one who died'.

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