Peaches Geldof's husband hasn't returned to their home in Kent, England, since her death there on April 7 because he is too devastated.
Peaches Geldof's husband Thomas Cohen hasn't returned to their home since her death last week.
The S.C.U.M rocker, who had sons Phaedra, 11-months, and Astala, 23 months, with the 25-year-old star, is still too upset to contemplate going back to their house in Wrotham, Kent, England, following the discovery of his wife's body there on April 7.
A source the UK's Hello! magazine: ''Tom in completely devastated and simply can't bear the thought of going back to the house. He and her two sons have been staying with his parents since the tragedy and he doesn't want to return home - certainly not at the moment anyway.''
The results of an autopsy on the former model's body last week were ''inconclusive,'' pending toxicology tests, which could take weeks.
Thomas released the following statement shortly after news of her unexpected passing broke: ''My beloved wife Peaches was adored by myself and her two sons Astala and Phaedra and I shall bring them up with their mother in their hearts everyday. We shall love her forever.''
The couple were married in September 2012 at church of St Mary Magdalene in Davington, Kent, where her late mother Paula Yates was buried in 2000, and Peaches' funeral is expected to take place there soon.
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