The Wanted star Tom Parker’s wife, Kelsey, pays emotional tribute to the late singer at his funeral

The wife of the late singer Tom Parker paid an emotional tribute to her husband at his funeral today.

Kelsey Hardwick was joined by Parker’s family, friends and bandmates as he gave a touching speech inside the church of St Francis of Assisi in southeast London, British news sites reported. Standard.

“You did everything with love and charm Bolton Boy,” he said in his speech, referring to his hometown of Greater Manchester before naming the couple’s children: daughter Aurelia, two, and son Bodhi, one.

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“I promise to raise our children with all the values ​​that matter to you. You fought like a fighter for 18 months. Even in our darkest days we stayed positive – Parker positive forever.”

“They have the best angels looking after them for life and so do I. Soulmates, that’s what we are. We literally live a thousand years in 13 years,” Hardwick added, reportedly in tears. “If love alone could save you, you would live forever. Our souls are endless. I love you dear, from your baby.”

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At the service – which featured a guitar-shaped flower arrangement with the word ‘Brother’ on the hearse – a video of tributes that Hardwick had arranged was also played for the mourners. In a pre-recorded message, the widow shared wonderful anecdotes about their life together, including how they first met inside an English nightclub.

“I will cherish every memory because life with you is never boring,” Hardwick says in the clip.

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Parker’s band mate on The Wanted and pallbearer at the funeral, Max George, also spoke at the ceremony.

The Wanted’s bandmate Tom Parker all attended his funeral. (Getty)

“Tom has always been a brother, he made such an impact from the start. His love for music and his struggle to succeed beat us all,” he said.

“He left us too early and we will miss him very much. I think the heartbreak shared here today is a tribute to the love Tom spread throughout the world.”

Parker died on March 30 almost two years after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. He is 33 years old.

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