Paddy Bowden Wiki – Paddy Bowden Bio
Paddy Bowden 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. The former couple has three children together. Dickinson is now living in Paris with ‘fitness teacher, journalist and fashion blogger’ Leana Dolci, thought to be in her 40s.
Paddy Bowden & Bruce Dickinson
Bruce and Paddy married in 1990 after dating for two years. Previously, he was married to Jane Dickinson for four years from 1983 but they had no children.
The musician, 61, and his wife split in November, 29 years after they got married. Their shock divorce was estimated to be worth £90 million.
His divorce from Paddy came four years after he beat stage 3 throat cancer after finding out he had two tumors on his tongue.
Paddy Bowden Death & Cause
Paddy Bowden was found dead in his marriage home in Chiswick, West London. The former couple has three children together. In a statement, Dickinson said: ‘This is a terrible tragedy which appears to be a tragic accident.
‘Out of respect for Paddy, we won’t be making any further comment at this hugely difficult and painful time for our family.’
London Ambulance Service also confirmed they had attended, but that the patient was pronounced dead on arrival.
A spokesperson said: ‘We were called at 9.42 am today to reports of a person unwell in Barrowgate Road, Chiswick.
‘We sent two ambulance crews to the scene – the first one arriving within two minutes.
‘Sadly, the patient had already died.’
Who is Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden was formed in Leyton, East London in 1975 and has sold over 100 million copies of their albums and has won multiple awards, making them one of the most successful heavy metal bands of all time. At the same time, Bruce has forged a career as a professional pilot with flight scales for BA, Easyjet, and BMI. Now fly to Iron Maiden on tour in the band’s Boeing 747, Ed Force One. He is also a BBC brewer, screenwriter, novelist, radio host, and entrepreneur, as well as a world-class fencer.
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