Tom Parker’s widow Kelsey has remembered her late husband and revealed he would eat the same lunch every day.
Kelsey, 32, shared on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday that she was renovating the home she shared with The Wanted star.
Tom lost his life in March last year at the age of 33 after battling stage four glioblastoma brain cancer for a year and a half.
Memories: Tom Parker’s widow Kelsey has remembered her late husband and revealed he would eat the same lunch every day
Reflecting on her memories of Tom with her older brother Sam, she revealed he would eat beans on toast for lunch every day as she admitted she “misses” him.
‘[Tom] It used to be exactly the same lunch every day. Tom would have a jacket, cheese and beans or beans on toast and cheese,” she explained.
“He would actually be so offended if you ate something different for lunch that didn’t go with lunch.
“He was set so you had to have breakfast, lunch and dinner and there was something like solid food that you could eat at those times. It’s just remembering him and talking about him, you just miss him so much.
Loss: Tom lost his life in March last year at the age of 33 after a year and a half battle with stage four glioblastoma brain cancer
Kelsey also shared that her brother is helping her renovate her house, something she said she and Tom always wanted to do but couldn’t when he fell ill.
Kelsey – who shares children Aurelia, three) and Bodhi, two, with Tom – admitted it was “difficult” making big decisions without her late husband, but said she still has his texts with his opinions on the Renovation.
She said: “It was actually quite a difficult thing because obviously it’s really difficult to make decisions without him. When you’re in a relationship, I’ve been guided by what Tom would say about things.
“I probably would have ultimately made the decision, but you always have your partner to lean on. But which is pretty sweet, I got all the messages from Tom about what he wanted to do with the hall.
Reflecting: Reflecting on her memories of Tom with her older brother Sam, she revealed he would eat beans on toast for lunch every day, as she admitted she “misses” him.
She added: “You know what I’m so excited about? To get rid of the black carpet. Black carpet and blond hair just don’t do it!’
It comes after Kelsey emotionally revealed how she is consumed with “guilt” at not being able to “save” late husband Tom in his battle with brain cancer.
On the final episode of her show Kelsey Parker: Life After Tom, Kelsey went to a therapy session where she admitted it will take “years and years to get over her guilt.”
Reflecting on life without her husband, Kelsey was asked by her therapist how she was feeling emotionally, with the widow noting that she couldn’t shake the feeling that she couldn’t stop Tom from dying.
Plans: Kelsey – who shares children Aurelia, three) and Bodhi, two, with Tom – said it had been “difficult” to make decisions without her late husband as she discussed renovating their home
Fighting back tears, she said: “There’s still this guilt that I don’t think will go away overnight.
“It will take years and years to get over the guilt of not being able to save him. But I know deep in my heart that I did everything I could.”
The therapist went on to ask what her hopes were for the future, to which Kelsey replied that she just wanted to be happy, although she admitted she needed to find herself after two years of caring for her husband during his illness
Hard times: It comes after Kelsey emotionally revealed how she is consumed with ‘guilt’ for not being able to ‘save’ late husband Tom in his brain cancer battle
She explained that she “completely lost herself” taking care of Tom for two years and that she had to “pick up the pieces” after his death.
Kelsey – who recently revealed that Christmas was “tougher than expected” – added that following Tom’s death she’s on a “big journey to find out who I am”.
Reflecting on the therapy session, Kelsey said: “It’s nice to talk about the future, but the future is tough for me.
“Right now I want to get rid of the pain and feel happiness, but I know happiness is something I may not get right now. This is hard, this thing I live with never ends, it’s a never ending sorrow. Grief is just a weird, weird thing.’
Struggles: Kelsey – who recently revealed that Christmas was “tougher than I expected” – added that following Tom’s death she is on a “big journey to find out who I am”.