Thomas Cohen 'To Sell Home He Shared With Peaches Geldof'
Musician reportedly tells friends he can't bear to live there without her...
Peaches Geldof's widower Thomas Cohen is claimed to be planning to sell the Kent home their shared together with their two children.
The Mirror newspaper reports that the 23-year-old musician is too heartbroken to return to the £1m property in Wrotham, Kent.
And he apparently plans to put it up for sale once police have finished investigating the death of his 25-year-old wife, who was found dead there on 7 April.
A source said: "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."
Cohen has worked with Peaches' dad Sir Bob Geldof to plan her funeral, which is set to take place at St Mary Magdalene and St Lawrence Church in Davington, Kent, tomorrow.