Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has issued an announcement after the demise of his estranged spouse Paddy Bowden.
The mother-of-three’s physique was found this morning (Could 18) on the pair’s marital residence in Chiswick, West London.
Chatting with The Unbiased, Dickinson mentioned in an announcement: “It is a horrible tragedy which seems to be a tragic accident. Our kids Austin, Griffin and Kia and I are devastated.”
He added: “Out of respect for Paddy we gained’t be making any additional remark at this massively tough and painful time for our household.”
London Ambulance Service confirmed that they have been known as to the handle in Barrogate Street at 9.42am after experiences of somebody feeling “unwell.”
“We despatched two ambulance crews to the scene – the primary one arriving inside two minutes,” a spokesperson mentioned. “Sadly, the affected person had already died.”
Dickinson and Bowden, who was the Iron Maiden frontman’s second spouse, cut up in 2019 after 29 years of marriage.
Earlier this month, Iron Maiden mentioned they have been hoping to reschedule their Australian tour, cancelled as a result of coronavirus pandemic, to the primary half of 2022.
The Australian leg of their international Legacy of the Beast tour was scheduled to kick off earlier this month. After initially suspending the dates, the metallic legends introduced they’d cancelled the tour altogether, citing “present restrictions surrounding reside occasions worldwide.”
In a brand new assertion on the band’s web site, co-manager Rob Smallwood confirmed Iron Maiden wouldn’t be performing any reveals till June 2021.