The estranged wife of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has died in a ‘tragic accident’, the family has revealed. Paddy Bowden was found dead at their marital home in Chiswick, West London at 10am this morning after emergency services were called to reports of a person being ‘unwell’. Two ambulances arrived to the scene, with the first one arriving within two minutes, but the patient was pronounced dead on arrival. The musician, 61, and his wife, who share three children together, parted ways in November 2019, with their shock divorce estimated to be worth £90 million. In a heartfelt statement today, Dickinson said: ‘This is a terrible tragedy which appears to be a tragic accident. Our children Austin, Griffin and Kia and I are devastated. ‘Out of respect for Paddy we won’t be making any further comment at this hugely difficult and painful time for our family.’ The estranged wife of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson – Paddy Bowden(right with Dickingson in 2014) – has died in a ‘tragic accident’, the family has revealed The couple ( pictured together in 2016) parted ways in November- 29 years after they got married Iron Maiden frontman (pictured at Sweden Rock Festival in 2018)… Read full this story
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