Keith Flint reportedly tried to reconcile with his estranged wife Mayumi Kai, just days before he took his own life.

The Prodigy frontman split with the Japanese DJ last year, contrary to earlier claims.

But it has been reported he tried to get back together with her, just days before his shock death.

Flint, 49, was found dead at his home on Monday in Dunmow, Essex – the house he once shared with Mayumi.

His bandmates later confirmed on social media that Keith had taken his own life.

Flint's house had been put on the market after the pair parted ways, but the listing was recently taken down.

According to The Sun, Flint had halted the sale of his house, in the hopes he could work things out with his wife.

Flint reportedly hoped for a reconciliation

HEARTBROKEN: Flint reportedly hoped for a reconciliation (Pic: PA)

Keith Flint was found dead at his home on Monday

R.I.P: Keith Flint was found dead at his home on Monday (Pic: PA)

A source claimed: "Keith always hoped they could make it work and he made various phone calls to her, pleading with her.

"But she didn’t change her mind and insisted they sell the house. It broke Keith. Mayumi isn’t to blame but it seems that Keith didn’t think he could carry on without her."

Mayumi was reportedly 6,000 miles away when Keith died performing a gig in Tokyo.

Keith Flint's bandmates confirmed he'd taken his own life

TRIBUTE: Keith Flint's bandmates confirmed he'd taken his own life (Pic: EMPICS ENTERTAINMENT)

Keith Flint reportedly split from his wife last year

SO SAD: Keith Flint reportedly split from his wife last year (Pic: TWITTER/MAYUMIKAI)

Mayumi's Twitter account shared a Japanese news story yesterday about Flint's bandmates heartbroken statement about his death.

The statement read: "It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint.

"A true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed.

"We thank you for respecting the privacy of all concerned at this time."

For emotional support you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email jo@samaritans.org, visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.



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