After seven years appearing on one reality show after another, the woman, described by her own publicist as "a living 'Truman Show'," may finally have tired of living in the public eye.
Clifford said that Goody's priorities now are firmly focused on her sons, who will be in their father's custody after she dies.
In a self-penned column in the U.K.'s New! magazine, Goody wrote, "Jeff will have full custody and my mum and Jack will have access as and when they want."
She added, "Everything I have, my house and my money, is going to my sons. And just in case you were wondering, Jack won't be getting any money out of me or from the wedding. He wants everything to go to the boys."
Clifford told the U.K. TV channel GMTV that her older son, Bobby Jack, paid tribute to his mother at the wedding, describing her as "the best mum in the world."
For her part, Goody "just wants her boys to get a really good education and have a happy, healthy life," Clifford said
Goody's story has captured the U.K.'s imagination, with no less than British Prime Minister Gordon Brown weighing in and telling reporters last week that "her determination to help her family should be applauded."
Her final TV appearance is expected to be an interview with Piers Morgan, the former editor of the U.K. tabloid The Daily Mirror, "if she's well enough," Clifford said.
He confirmed that there have been "hundreds of requests for interviews" but, for now, the ultimate reality TV celebrity is saying no to the cameras.