When did Peaches Geldof die?

When did Peaches Geldof die?

April 2014
Peaches Geldof/Date of death

What happened to Bob Geldof’s daughter Peaches?

In April 2014, Sir Bob Geldof’s daughter Peaches was found dead at her home at the age of 25 after a heroin overdose – the same way her mother Paula Yates tragically died 14 years earlier.

Is Peaches Geldof still alive?

Deceased (1989–2014)
Peaches Geldof/Living or Deceased

Where did Peaches Geldof die?

Wrotham, United Kingdom
Peaches Geldof/Place of death

Did one of Bob Geldof’s children die?

Bob Geldof has opened up about the “boundless” grief he experienced following the death of his daughter Peaches Geldof, saying: “The abyss is infinite.” In April 2014, Geldof’s daughter, Peaches, was found dead at her home at the age of 25. An inquest heard her death was caused by a heroin overdose.

Who was Bob Geldof’s wife?

Jeanne Marinem. 2015
Paula Yatesm. 1986–1996
Bob Geldof/Wife

When did Bob Geldof and Paula Yates get married?

Sir Bob’s wedding to Paula Yates was blessed there in 1986 and his tragic daughter Peaches Geldof married husband Tom Cohen there in 2012. But it has also been used for family funerals with both Paula’s funeral being held there in 2000 and Peaches’s funeral last year following her death from a drugs overdose aged just 25.

When did Bob Geldof do his first charity show?

Geldof’s first major charity involvement took place in September 1981, when he performed as a solo artist for Amnesty International’s benefit show The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball, at the invitation of Amnesty show producer Martin Lewis; he performed a solo version of “I Don’t Like Mondays”.

Where was Bob Geldof when his house was burgled?

Thieves struck at the sprawling property on Saturday night. It’s not clear if the Boomtown Rats singer and LiveAid co-founder or any of his family were staying there at the time.

Where did Peaches Geldof live when she died?

Peaches was found dead at her home in Wrotham, Kent in April 2014. The model was at home with one of her sons at the time of her death.