Max George admits time isnt healing much one year after Tom Parkers death

Max George paid an emotional tribute to his late bandmate Tom Parker with a touching video online as he marked the one-year anniversary of his passing.

Last year on March 30, the Wanted singer died following his brave 18-month battle with a terminal brain tumour.

The beloved hitmaker left behind his loving wife Kelsey, 32, and their two children Aurelia, three, and Bodhi, two.

Now, his former flat mate Max, 34, has admitted that “time isn’t healing much yet” in an emotional clip online.

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Taking to Instagram, the chart-topper – who is dating former EastEnders star Maisie Smith – opened up about how he has been dealing with the loss of his friend.

He said: “Obviously today is the one-year anniversary of Tom’s passing, it’s a difficult day for everyone that knew him.

“It’s been a year and I know people say time’s a great healer, but to be honest I don’t feel any better about the situation now than I did a year ago tomorrow when I woke up that next morning.”

“What it’s taught me is that I've done more in the last year personally, myself, than I've ever done in my life and that’s probably what the loss of Tom has given me.”

It was at this point that he confessed that he thinks more about Tom now than he did when he was alive.

Max explained: “The one thing that probably gets me the most, and it actually f***ing annoys me, is that I think about him more now than I did when he was here.

“Obviously apart from the fact that we lived together or we’re touring together because we’re with each other every day, but I think of him far more now than I did between the years of say 2014 to 2022.

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“I think what I've learnt from his passing is never get too comfortable with the people that you love because those you can’t replace.

“Time doesn’t replace people who are your best friends or who have your heart so never get too comfortable,” he warned.

The star went on to thank his 367,000 fans who have showered him with messages of sympathy and support as he passed on his best wishes to Kelsey and her family.


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