At the young age of 25, Peaches Geldof, daughter of Irish singer, songwriter and political activist Bob Geldof died on April 7, 2014 at her home in Wrotham, Kent, southeast England. The reason for her death still remains undisclosed as of this moment. Police investigation would suggest and call her death “unexplained and sudden.”
Her father, family and friends were greatly shocked and dismayed by her unexpected and sudden death.
Peaches Geldof, a popular staple in Britain media and social events, is also a model and a media personality. She left home at ay young age of 16 and began as a writer in fashion magazines and several newspapers. She also appeared in several television shows and models. During her younger years, she was popular among London’s young, hip and trendy crowd. Mostly, she’s seen wearing cutting edge outfits on red carpet premieres and events. With the press constantly on her, Geldof also struggled at a young age in front of the hungry British media press.
Peaches’ childhood was rough with the death of her mother at the age of 11. Her mother, television presenter Paula Yates died of drug overdose. In an interview way back 2009, Geldof was asked if she used drugs. She admittedly said saying: “Yeah, I’ve taken drugs. Yes, I have had experiences, and a few of those experiences were unsavory, not ones I want to repeat, but I was growing up. I wanted the experience,” she added, “I wasn’t hugely into drugs and I’m sober now,” she expressed in that interview with Guardian newspaper.
Sadly, Peaches left behind husband Tom Cohen, lead singer of the punk band S.C.U.M. She also left two sons, 23 month old Astala and 11 month old Phaedra. In a statement, her husband Cohen said: “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 every day. We shall love her forever.”
Peaches life was celebrated by family and friends. During her funeral services; they offered funeral flowers and a few prayers to commemorate her memory.