The Wanted’ Tom Parker found his ‘eternal home’ to grow old in before his tragic death

The Wanted’ Tom Parker, who died yesterday after a battle with brain cancer, spoke in a documentary that aired last year about how he hoped to grow old with his family in the ‘forever home’ he had bought

Tom Parker with his wife Kelsey and two children
Tom Parker with his wife Kelsey and two children

Tom Parker had bought his “eternal home” where he hoped to grow old with his family before dying from cancer.

The Wanted singer, who died yesterday aged 33, spoke about his future plans with his wife and two young children on the Channel 4 documentary Inside My Head, which aired in November.

The star married his now-wife Kelsey in 2018, and the couple toured the home with cameras before moving into the quaint property.

Speaking of his dream of living there for many years, Tom said: ‘This will be our home forever.

“It’s important to me that the kids and Kels obviously have a nice place to grow up.

Tom Parker bought his “eternal home” for himself and his family before he passed away

“I don’t know what’s going to happen to my health in the next few years so it’s all that matters as long as they’re fine and everyone here is fine.

“We’ll all grow old here together, fingers crossed.”

He told the camera how proud he was to be able to buy the property, saying: “To be honest I’ve been through tough times and I’m preparing to buy a place like this, who would have thought? I am proud of myself. “

The 33-year-old died after being diagnosed with glioblastoma and end-stage brain cancer.

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Kelsey, with whom Tom shared children Aurelia, two, and Bodhi, 15 months old, announced the news on their Instagram.

She said: “It is with a heavy heart that we confirm that Tom passed away peacefully earlier today with his entire family by his side.

“Our hearts are broken. Tom was the center of our world and we cannot imagine life without his infectious smile and energetic presence.

“We are truly grateful for the outpouring of love and support and ask that we all unite to ensure Tom’s light continues to shine for his beautiful children.

Tom Parker had been battling brain cancer before his death


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Tom Parker with his two young children and his wife Kelsey


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“Thanks to everyone who supported him throughout, he fought until the end. I am forever proud of you.”

The singer recently joined his bandmates one last time on stage for their reunion tour, and sat on a throne as he toured with Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and Jay McGuiness.

However, a friend told the family The sun that his condition worsened after the end of the tour.

Tom joined The Wanted in 2009 after going to mass auditions for a boy band.

Tom Parker (far right) with his bandmates from The Wanted



They started off with great success, with their debut single All Time Low going straight to number one, leaving Tom and Max in tears.

McFly’s Harry Judd, singer HRVY and Strictly dancer James Jordan are among the celebrities who have paid tribute to Tom.

His band also released a heartbreaking statement after his death.

They said: “Max, Jay, Siva, Nathan and the entire Wanted family are devastated by the tragic and untimely loss of our bandmate Tom Parker, who passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and bandmates this afternoon.

“He was our brother, words cannot express the loss and sadness we feel.”

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