The Wanted Carry Tom Parker's Coffin at Emotional Funeral

Also attending the funeral service, which took place in Petts Wood, South-east London on Wednesday, April 20, was former member of One Direction, Liam Payne.

AceShowbiz - All of The Wanted members gathered at Tom Parker's funeral in London. At the emotional service, Max George, Jay McGuiness, Siva Kaneswaran and Nathan Sykes were captured carrying their late bandmate's black coffin into the Saint Francis of Assisi Parish Church in Petts Wood.

Per BBC report, The Wanted members delivered a eulogy. Max noted, "As we were carrying Tom in, I could actually hear him saying, 'It's about time,' because he's carried us for the last 15 years."

"Tom was and always will be a brother to myself and my bandmates. He made such an impact on us from the start, and his love for music and his stride for success outmatched any of us," Max added. "[Tom] was the only member of The Wanted to have a punch-up with every member of The Wanted."

Siva then jokingly said, "He did lose every fight, by the way." He continued, "It is so wonderful to see all the support for Tom... There's one thing we can all agree on - Tom Parker was an absolute hero."

Concluding the message, Max shared, "He has left us far too early and we will miss him so much." He went on saying, "The heartbreak shared here today is a credit to the love Tom shared. The people outside, the people all around the world, is a credit to him. Rest easy, mate."

Tom's wife Kelsey also attended the funeral, which took place on Wednesday, April 20. The grieving widow, who shared 2 kids with the late singer, was joined by her family, friends and hundreds of fans. Former One Direction member Liam Payne was also in attendane.

Tom passed away at the age of 33 on March 30 after losing his battle with cancer. He first revealed he had been diagnosed with stage four glioblastoma in October 2020. He was given 12 to 18 months of survival when he first learned his diagnosis. However, after undergoing six rounds of chemotherapy and 30 radiotherapy sessions, he hoped he would get rid of active cancer cells by March 2022.

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