Jack Tweed, who became the husband of Jade Goody a few weeks before the star’s death, has found love again.
The media personality, now 33, says he has a special new wife in his life 12 years after reality star Jade died of cervical cancer.
He met his new girlfriend on Instagram and although he’s still very young, he looks forward to her future.
Speak with The sunJack said, “I hope it’s okay, it’s early days, but I like her a lot and would like to settle down again.”
He added that it was almost impossible not to compare a new love with his late wife.
He continued, “I will never forget Jade.
“I know it’s stupid to think about because I’ll never get what I had with Jade again, and I’ll never find Jade again.”
Jack dated Big Brother star Chanelle Hayes for three years starting in 2011.
However, he went on to say this relationship was a mistake.
That’s because he believes he’s treating the reality star as a “substitute” for the love lost with Jade.
When did Jack Tweed marry Jade Goody?
Jack married Jade when he was just 21.
They were married on February 22, 2009 at Down Hall Country House.
Unfortunately, Big Brother star Jade passed away just a month after the ceremony on March 22nd.
They started dating in 2006 and lived with their two sons until they were hospitalized.
However, they did not have children together.
Why did Jade Goody die?
Jade tragically died of cervical cancer at the age of 27.
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The mother of two died on Mother’s Day.
She got her first diagnosis while performing on Indian Big Brother.
Within a few months, she learned that her cancer was fatal.
In December 2008, she told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby that she had vowed to keep working until the end.
Jade explained, “I just want to keep being normal with the boys and myself and I’m pretty naive about the whole Cancer thing.
“I haven’t done any research or anything and I don’t want to know.
“I just know what I need to know, this is my medication and this is when I feel better.
“I don’t want to know the pros and cons and because it’s too much for my brain to take in. It really is.”
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