Peaches Geldof's husband Thomas Cohen is planning to sell their countryside home in Kent where the late star's body was found earlier this month.
Peaches Geldof's husband Thomas Cohen is reportedly planning to sell the countryside home where she died.
The S.C.U.M rocker is too distraught to return to their home in Wrotham, Kent, where the 25-year-old star's body was discovered on April 7, and wants to put the property on the market once the police have finished their investigation.
A friend told the Sunday People newspaper: ''Tom has said that he can't return to the house, he wants to immediately sell the place and move.
''It is just too heartbreaking for him there, he is in bits and can't bear to live in the place where his beloved wife died.
''He has some very happy memories of living there with Peaches and bringing up their babies but it's so, so painful for him to think about living there now. We're worried about Tom, he can't believe he is a widower, with two young kids, at 23. It's heartbreaking to see.''
Thomas, who has sons Phaedra, 11 months, and Astala, 23 months, with the blonde beauty, will attend Peaches' funeral at St Mary Magdalene church in Davington, Kent, where the couple married in 2012, later today (21.04.14).
Peaches' death is being treated as ''non-suspicious'', but an autopsy proved to be inconclusive earlier this month.
The star's family - including father Sir Bob Geldof and sisters Fifi, 31, Pixie, 23, and Tiger-Lily, 17 - now have an agonising wait while toxicology tests are carried out.
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