Paddy Bowden, the estranged husband of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, passed away on Monday. The circumstances behind Paddy Bowden death are unknown.
Bruce Dickinson, the frontman for Iron Maiden, has confirmed that his estranged husband Paddy Bowden has passed away. On Monday night, the musician, who is married to Paddy and has three children with him, confirmed the tragedy. The marriage took place in 1990; however, it seems that the couple has since ended their union as of 2018.
What happened that resulted in Paddy Bowden’s demise?
The announcement that Bruce made was as follows: “This is a dreadful catastrophe that seems, by all accounts, to be an atrocious accident.”
I am heartbroken, and so are our children, Austin, Griffin, and Kia.
“With Paddy in mind, we will not be providing any more comment at this very trying time for our family,” they said. “We will not be releasing any further comments.”
Earlier on today, emergency administrations were sent to the couple’s conjugal residence in Chiswick, which is located in West London, after receiving complaints of a person being “unwell.”
The London Ambulance Service confirmed that they had responded to the incident but said that it seemed as if the patient had already passed away upon their arrival.
According to a spokesman, “We were called at 9:42 this morning to complaints of an individual who was sick in the Barrowgate Road neighbourhood of Chiswick.”
“We sent two teams of rescue vehicles to the location, with the first arriving on the scene in under two minutes.
“Unfortunately, it was already too late for the patient, and they had passed away.”
Austin, 29, Griffin, 27, and Kia, 28, were Bruce and Paddy’s three joint children. Bruce was 61 years old at the time.
His divorce from Paddy took place four years after he had successfully beaten stage three of throat cancer.
After three-quarters of a year of chemotherapy and radiation treatment, the singer was diagnosed with the unmistakable.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Bruce discussed the ways in which he had found that overcoming his cancer helped him better live for the now.
He declared, “Living will mean living now, continuously, consistently, for this now.”
Bruce stated that after it was discovered that he had cancerous growths, he considered suicide.
In an interview with NME,
he said, “Honest to God, when I was evaluated, I pondered it.”
“At any event, it wasn’t in the forefront of my mind because I wasn’t going to die at that moment,” she said. “I wasn’t even close.”
“Although I seemed to be in excellent health, I was surprised to find that I had a golf ball lodged in my tongue and another four golf balls in my lymph nodes.” The cause of these strange symptoms is a mystery to me.
My chances of endurance were virtually sixty to four from the moment I was examined until they determined what was going on, which is a far better chance than fifty to fifty.
Leana Dolci, an expert in health, is romantically linked with Bruce.
The news that Bruce had relocated to Paris to be with Leana was reported in the Mirror in November of the previous year.
At that time, a source claimed the following about Leana:
“Leana has always been a big Iron Maiden fan, and she has been chasing them for about ten years.”
“She and Bruce have been friends for a pretty ridiculous amount of time, and she has even met his children.” Paddy is now located in South America, getting away from everyone and everything.
In an interview with the Argentine publication Clarin, Bruce said that even though he was living in Paris with Leana, he never missed a chance to hang out at the bar with his three grown children.
He stated, “I’m busy; after the show in Chile I go to London; I show up at 7 AM, I scrub down, and from that point on I go to a meeting with engineers; at that point I wear a f*g dark bind to go to a foundation supper.” He was referring to the fact that he travelled to London immediately following the performance in Chile.
“The day after tomorrow, I have a meeting, followed by a gathering with potential financial supporters for my group, and then I will finally go to a bar with my children.”
“We will get together again on Saturday, and after that, I’ll go to Paris, where I’ll be settling down with my love.”
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