A passionate plea has been made for the people of the UK to remember Jade Goody, the 'forgotten Princess'.
Speaking today outside his newly acquired Essex mansion, publicist and financial toy boy Max Clinks appealed for the public to remember Goody. "It's only been three days since she was buried and it's like she never existed. The public and media seem to forget the contribution she made to this country, while at the same time remembering other lesser Princesses like Diana and Leia [from Star Wars] and celebrating their lives on an ongoing basis. It just doesn't make sense."
Clinks went on to say that he was 'concerned' that it had been 3 days since a member of the press had tried to take pictures of Goody's two sons, and that pre-orders for his DVD 'Jade Goody - The Funeral' were not on target.
"While we have constant reminders of how great our heroes from the armed forces are, Jade's memory is in danger of being consigned to the tabloid archives. I just think it's hypocritical."
The Prime Minister is said to be considering Clink's suggestions of replacing Nelson's Column with a statue of Goody, and making 25th December 'Christmas Goody Day'.