Tom Parker’s wife Kelsey has bravely shared some of their happiest times together after tragically losing her husband to cancer in March.
Kelsey, 32, spoke to The Sun on Sunday about Tom's final moments and later revealed to fans she did the interview because he "always believed in sharing our journey."
Tom died in March after a battle with stage 4 Glioblastoma.
In a video montage, Kelsey showed scenes from their wedding day as they kissed after their nuptials, tender moments of them dancing and happier times of Tom playing with their two children.
She set the heartbreaking video to Ellie Goulding's song, How Long Will I Love You.
Kelsey then thanked fans for giving her the reassurance to keep talking about Tom publicly.
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"Thank you for all your kind messages today and over the last few weeks," she captioned the Instagram post.
"I wasn’t sure if or when to do an interview but Tom always believed in sharing our journey so this felt right.
"All of your messages have reassured me of that. I can’t tell you what it means to us. For keeping Tom and the kids in all of your thoughts and prayers. Positive Parkers Forever. Thank you ❤️ #positiveparkers."
Kelsey told The Sun how Tom died peacefully of a brain tumour while holding her hand.
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“It was still beautiful until the very end. It was just us and there was so much love in that room,” she explained.
Opening up about her husband’s death for the first time, Kelsey admitted he started to go “down hill” after appearing on stage with his The Wanted bandmates during their show at London’s O2 Arena.
Kelsey, who now wears Tom’s platinum wedding ring along with her own, said: “Tom just really, really wanted to do that tour, and I’m so proud of him for doing it.
“But the morning after I felt something was wrong. I thought it might be exhaustion.
“He went downhill, as they say, from there. He wanted to go into the hospice. I wanted him to stay at home but he made that choice.
“The very end happened quite quickly, which was typical Tom.”
But it wasn’t long before Kelsey got a sign that she’s sure was from her husband, who she shares children Bodhi and Aurelia with.
Kelsey said goodbye to her husband for the last time and went outside. She said: “I was sitting there on this bench, crying, when I looked up and this feather fell down from the sky.
“I said to Tom before he passed away, ‘Will you give me signs every day’, and he said, ‘Yes’.
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“I knew straight away it was him. I kept that feather, I still have it in a little glass pot on my dressing table.”
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