Tom Parker‘s widow Kelsey shared an emotional poem to her Instagram Story on Monday night – which saw her admit she’s ‘so very sad’ and cries when she thinks of the singer.
The Wanted star Tom died aged 33 on March 30 following a battle with brain cancer after he was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020.
Actress Kelsey, 32, who shared daughter Aurelia 2, and 20-month-old Bodhi with the pop star, bravely confess she ‘still very much misses’ her partner.
‘I feel so very sad, I think of you and cry’: Tom Parker’s widow Kelsey shared an emotional poem to Instagram on Monday two months after star’s death from brain cancer aged 33
It read: ‘Yesterday I felt okay. I smiled, when I thought of you, I remembered the happy times. And the funny things you’d do. But today, I feel so very sad. I think of you and cry.
‘I’m missing you so very much, and still asking, why? I don’t know what will happen when I face another day. What will tomorrow bring. Will I cry? Or break?’
It comes after Kelsey revealed her late husband’s posthumously released memoir Hope has reached number one in the Sunday Times best seller list.
Proud Kelsey took to Instagram on Sunday and said she would give anything to celebrate with beau just ‘one last time’.
Open: Actress Kelsey, 32, who shared daughter Aurelia 2, and 20-month-old Bodhi with the pop star, bravely confess she ‘still very much misses’ her partner
She penned: ‘My husband… a Sunday Times no 1 best selling author. Beyond proud of my love. What I’d give to celebrate with you one more time.
‘You would have loved the 4 day weekend and excuse to celebrate this weekend. I miss you every second of every day, positive Parkers Forever’.
Kelsey shared a sweet clip of the book surrounded by snaps of the late star and his family and friends, before taking to her Instagram Stories to show the title at the top of the chart in The Sunday Times newspaper.
Wow! It comes after Kelsey revealed her late husband’s posthumously released memoir Hope has reached number one in the Sunday Times best seller list.
When discussing news of the book back in early March, Tom said the story wouldn’t be about ‘dying’ but about ‘living’ and ‘finding hope’ no matter what situation you are in.
Friends and fans were quick to share their pride at the news with Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha writing: ‘Awww so happy for you all…. sending the hugest hug’.
While Martine McCutcheon added: ‘Yay it [sic] did it xxxx’.
Number one! Kelsey shared a sweet clip of the book surrounded by snaps of the late star and his family and friends, before taking to her Instagram stories to show the title at the top
And TOWIE star Lydia Bright was lost for words, simply added love heart emojis.
Tom’s toddler daughter Aurelia kissed his photo on the books cover in a heart-breaking video shared by Kelsey on Wednesday.
The emotional video saw Kelsey, Aurelia and younger brother Bodhi visit a bookshop to see Tom’s book on the shelves.
Forever loved: Tom’s toddler daughter Aurelia kissed her late father’s photo on his book cover in a heartbreaking video shared by the late star’s wife Kelsey on Wednesday
In the heart-wrenching video, Kelsey walks up to the bookshop holding hands with her two children and points out Tom’s memoir, which sits on a shelf at the store’s entrance
She then takes her children over the counter to buy copies of the book, and Aurelia is seen holding the book in both hands in the emotional video.
Alongside the poignant clip, Kelsey penned: ‘A special moment… very proud to take our babies to see Tom’s book in store. Rae’s face when she saw his.
‘Tom so desperately wanted this to be a bestseller and I’m keeping everything crossed that becomes a reality this weekend.
‘Thank you so much for all your support and lovely comments. Every single purchase means the world to us.’
Tom’s memoir Hope chronicles his life from an aspiring singer in Bolton to the final months of his cancer battle.
Family: The Wanted star Tom died age 33 on March 30 following a battle with brain cancer after he was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020
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