Kelsey explores grief in the ITV doc following the death of husband Tom Parker (Picture: Getty)
Kelsey Parker expressed that tonight’s final instalment of Life After Tom might be a ‘difficult’ watch for viewers.
The Wanted singer died in March at the age of 33, one year and a half after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.
Kelsey, who shares children Aurelia, three, and Bodhi, two, with Parker, explored bereavement and grief in the ITVBe documentary Kelsey Parker: Life After Tom.
In the sixth and final episode – which airs tonight at 9pm – Kelsey revisits the hospice where Parker died and takes his former bandmate Siva Kaneswaran with her for support.
Sharing the upcoming teaser on Instagram, she penned: ‘Trigger Warning: End of life and death.
‘Tonight’s the final episode of Life After Tom. This was a difficult one to film but a very important part of our story.
‘It may be a difficult one for you to watch and I totally get it if it’s one you can’t watch right now.’
She continued: ‘It was so special to go back to the hospice who cared for Tom and remember his final hours with @sivaofficial. I’ll always be so grateful to the hospice team for all they did for Tom, me and all our loved ones.
‘Talking to others and hearing about their experience of grief is really important for me, it’s helped me understand that we’re all doing it differently and that’s ok.
‘If you are able to watch tonight do tell me what you think, and as always thank you for all the support.’
Kelsey and Parker met when she was 19 in 2009 and were together until his death in March (Picture: ITV)
It was reported in November last year that Kelsey has ‘found love again’ with electrician Sean Boggans after meeting through mutual friends at a wedding.
A close pal of Kelsey’s says they first got to know each other at a wedding in Greenwich, south London, last month.
However, they’re said to still be in the initial stages of their romance and not rushing into anything.
The Parkers married in 2018 and had daughter Aurelia Rose in 2019 and son Bodhi in 2020.
Kelsey Parker: Life After Tom is available to stream on ITV