Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

She hid serious problems from the world. What did she post online before she died?

Peaches was the daughter of a rock star Bob Geldof and TV presenter Paula Yates. Peaches also had two sisters – Pixie and Fifi Trixibelle.

The celebrity lost her mother when she was 11 years old. Paula Yates she died in 2000 of an overdose. “I remember the day my mother died, it’s still hard for me to talk about it,” she told Elle in 2012. “I just blocked it out. The next day I went to school because my father’s rule was: ‘keep calm and move forward,'” she admitted.

Career in show business at the age of 15 with an author’s column in “Elle” magazine. A year later, she left her family home and started collaborating with the Telegraph and Guardian newspapers. She also worked as a model and TV presenter. She made her debut in an ITV2 program “OMG! with Peaches Geldof”.

The media regularly wrote about her daughter Bob Geldof due to her entertaining lifestyle. At the age of 19, she married a 23-year-old Max Drummeythe group’s drummer Chester French. Their relationship lasted only a month, and they divorced after half a year. Then she got involved with the singer Thomas Cohen, with whom she married in 2012. It happened five months after he was born he came their son Astal.

Just seven months after the celebrity’s first child was born, the star announced that she was pregnant again. The young couple were expecting another boy, who received a name Phaedra.

“When I found out that I was pregnant again so quickly, I was in panic and shock. And Tom was so happy,” she recalled in an interview. “He loves being a father and is wonderfully protective Astalemwho idolizes him.” She also added: “I may be only 23 years old and I am the only one of my friends who has a husband and children, but this is the life I have always dreamed of,” she noted.

Peaches Geldof was found dead in her home in 2014. She was 25 years old. During the investigation, it turned out that the celebrity, although she had tried many times to end her destructive addiction, had never done it. She died of a heroin overdose.

“She was the wildest, funniest, smartest and wittiest person in our entire family. She was a beautiful baby. How is it possible that we will never see her again?” – wrote the presenter’s father in a special statement Bob Geldof right after her death.

After the death of his beloved, he also spoke out Thomas Cohen. “My wonderful wife, Peaches, was adored by me and her two sons. I feel it is my responsibility to raise them to have their mother in their hearts every day,” Cohen said.

“Even when you think you understand everything, some things can neither be explained nor understood. Two beautiful children. Rest in peace,” Geldof said goodbye Ellie Goulding. “You were a bursting with energy, a lovely person who showed me so much kindness,” she commented Lorde.

Geldof’s last Twitter post, which she posted hours before her death, included a photo of her as a baby in her mother’s arms.

Shortly before her death, Peaches also gave an interview to “The Spectator” magazine. “I am young, but people already know what fate awaits me. This is the worst, these prejudices. Everyone thinks that I will die like my mother, that I will surely end up like her. Sometimes I shake someone’s hand and I realize that this person has I already have a pre-built image of who I am in my head. They know everything about your life. You know nothing about them. This lack of parallelism is terrifying,” she confided.

The celebrity has been struggling with her problems for years. “Peaches was coming back and quitting stimulants. It was like a yo-yo game. When she married Tom and had children, it seemed that things would get better. And they did, but only for a few months,” she confided to one of the tabloids, a friend of the deceased’s family Gerry Agar.

The media reported that this was not the only problem Peaches Geldof. “She hardly ate, and she took slimming pills that gave her energy. (…) Peaches was at the stage where she took them in the morning to have the strength to take care of the children,” claimed the Daily Mail’s interlocutor.

After Peaches’ death, illegal substances and drug paraphernalia were found in her home. The stimulants were hidden in a black plastic bag, which was stuffed into a cup.

After the celebrity’s death, the Daily Mail reported that the 25-year-old had serious financial problems. The star, who lived in a million-pound estate in Wrotham (Kent) with her husband and two sons, had no permanent source of income. Also her partner, a former singer of an alternative group SCUMdid not provide the family with a constant flow of cash.

The funeral of the TV star and rocker’s daughter took place in the same church where the star got married and where her mother’s funeral took place.