Wife of singer James Morrison found dead | UK News
Gill Catchpole, the wife of singer James Morrison, has died.
Ms Catchpole, who had two daughters aged 15 and five with the singer, was found dead in her home in Whitminster, Gloucester, on Friday.
In a statement, Gloucestershire Constabulary said: “Police were called to Whitminster in Gloucester at around 9.10am on Friday 5 January following concerns for the welfare of a resident.
“Officers attended and the body of a woman in her 40s was found within an address.
“The death is being treated as non-suspicious at this time.
“The coroners and woman’s next of kin have been informed.”
The couple were together for around two decades, and met after Ms Catchpole moved into Morrison’s mother’s home as a lodger.
He previously said meeting Ms Catchpole was a “fairytale” and had tried to impress her by “serenading” her with Stevie Wonder songs.
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Morrison, 39, is best known for his songs You Give Me Something and Broken Strings.
He has four top 10 albums, including two number ones. He also won the Brit Award for Best British Male in 2007.
The singer told The Mail On Sunday in 2015 that he took time away from music after losing his father, brother and nephew within a three-year period.