Tom Parker’s wife takes his phone away to stop him Googling things after brain tumour news

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The Wanted singer Tom Parker, 32, has admitted his inoperable brain tumour diagnosis is “so consuming”. As a result, the star’s pregnant wife Kelsey Hardwick has been taking his phone away from him so he won’t be able to Google things about his health.

Tom explained: “I think Kelsey has come to terms with it better than me. 

“It’s so consuming. It’s so hard and it’s all I can think about.”

Kelsey added: “It still doesn’t feel real. I don’t think Tom will ever process this information. 

“It’s horrendous. Watching your partner go through this is so hard, because how can I tell him to not let it consume him?”

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The mum-of-one insisted that Tom researching his diagnosis online can unveil “the worst possible stuff”.

She continued: “I take his phone away from him, because otherwise he will sit there and Google things and then end up in a hole. 

“The more you Google, the worse possible stuff it throws at you, and that’s not good for anyone.”

Tom, who tied the knot with wife Kelsey in 2018, had an “inkling” something was wrong with his health.


The news of his brain tumour comes just months after he announced he and his other half are expecting a baby boy next month.

Tom and Kelsey welcomed their first daughter Aurelia Rose last year.

The star added to OK! Magazine: “I’m still in complete shock, it’s so much to take in.”

His wife Kelsey said: “It has been a crazy six weeks. 

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“We had an inkling that something was wrong in July, but we never could have imagined it was this.”

The singer revealed that he suffered a seizure in July and took himself to A&E where he was put on a waiting list for an MRI scan.

Just six weeks later, Tom was rushed to hospital for a second time after suffering another seizure during a family trip to Norwich.

His partner Kelsey was unable to be at his side in the hospital due to coronavirus and was alone when he was told he had stage 4 glioblastoma.

Tom also took to Instagram to share his health news with his fans as the star spoke of his “devastation”.

He said that the family no longer wanted to hide his diagnosis or keep it a “secret”.

Tom penned: “We are all absolutely devastated but we are gonna fight this all the way.

“We don’t want your sadness, we just want love and positivity and together we will raise awareness of this terrible disease and look for all available treatment options.”

Tom accompanied the message with a photo alongside his family.

Read the full interview in this week’s OK! Magazine – out now.

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