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Tom passed away from stage four glioblastoma brain cancer at the age of 33 on March 30 after being diagnosed with the illness in October 2020.
Now, Kelsey, 30, will give an insight into her journey with grief in a documentary as she raises their children Aurelia, three, and Bodhi, two, since her husband's death.
Grief: Tom Parker's widow Kelsey has revealed that she will front a new ITVBe documentary following her life since The Wanted star's death from brain cancer
Kelsey Parker: Life After Tom will see her allow cameras into her home to follow her very personal journey with grief as she hopes to connect with people in similar situations, including other famous faces.
From household names who open up about their own personal experiences with grief, to other young widows and bereavement experts, Kelsey's journey will see her and her family mark major milestones without Tom.
Throughout the six-part ITVBe series, Kelsey try out death cafes, grief yoga and other methods of coming to terms with loss, exploring her bereavement as she tries to rebuild her life without her husband.
Kelsey took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share the news of her new documentary, admitting it has been 'very difficult' at times.
Loss: Tom passed away from stage four glioblastoma brain cancer at the age of 33 on March 30 after being diagnosed with the illness in October 2020
She revealed she is currently in the middle of filming as she described it as a 'rollercoaster ride' but shared her hope that the series can help other people.
She penned: 'I am delighted to share with you that Kelsey Parker: Life After Tom will be on your screens later this year on ITV.
'A six part observational documentary following me and my family over the last six months since Tom's death. Obviously a very difficult film to make but one that I'm incredibly proud of.
'We are still in the middle of filming and it's been a rollercoaster ride but I can't thank the team enough for believing in me to share my story, to continue Tom's work and cement his legacy and to hopefully help others.
Family: Now, Kelsey, 30, will give an insight into her journey with grief in a documentary as she raises their children Aurelia, three, and Bodhi, two, since her husband's death
'I have met and am meeting the most incredible people who have loved, lost and who are fighting to keep their loved ones here.
'I'm learning about myself, pushing myself and I'm sharing it all with my amazing family and friends who are there with me every step of the way. They're all in it and I can't wait for you to meet them!
'The cameras are following the hard times but we've been blessed with an amazing summer and the team have been there to get it all so join us for camping trips, Cornwall, weddings, christenings and so much more love and laughter along the way.'
Kelsey said she hopes her family's 'optimism shines through' in the documentary as she said she wants to 'keep moving forward' despite her devastating loss.
Struggles: Kelsey took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share the news of her new documentary, admitting it has been 'very difficult' at times
She dedicated the series to her late husband Tom and said she hopes it makes him 'shine' in the lengthy post.
Kelsey continued: 'Tom called us the Positive Parkers and I really hope our optimism shines through because life is for living and