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Oh no!!! This makes us even sadder! Peaches Geldof has suddenly and shockingly passed away at the age of 25! Her father, Bob Geldof, has officially… Read more…

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8 comments to “Peaches Geldof's Father, Bob Geldof Releases A Statement From The Family Confirming Her Death; See What Sad Words He Said HERE”

  1. lgc says – reply to this


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    TRAGEDY with this family..may she rest in peace with her mama and her step father

  2. jayne billingsley says – reply to this


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    so so very sad RIP peaches

  3. SandyMck says – reply to this


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    Such sad sad news, Bobs heart must be broken in pieces with the tragedies it has suffered. How strange her last tweet was a pic of her in her mothers arms, God bless and hope she is in them now.. RIP Peaches

  4. jeff says – reply to this


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    She became unrecognisable she looked about 50years old and was constantly posting things about appearance. Seems she was not very well as you can clearly see from any photos from past few years. This is not a sudden thing. Though still a tragic thing

  5. Shahid says – reply to this


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    Indeed very tragic. A death is always sad but death in the early part of adulthood is very very sad.

  6. Val says – reply to this


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    So Sorry for Sir Bob and family especially the two little boys. Sincere and deepest condolences to all. So very saddened by this news.



  7. 7

    It's a Tragedy that we lose Peaches before she
    was able to contribute and grow more.
    My thoughts go out to her husband and children.
    Of course they will make sure these children
    have all of the best. Perhaps they will try to instill
    respect and humility to these boys.
    Wish the family all the best with this unexpected
    and sad loss. Condolences to the friends and
    family, since we have lost her here.



  8. 8

    Re: SilverHawkShelly – I meant, ' respect and humility as well'.
    Certainly these boys will have many privileges as they grow up.
    There is a saying I've read, ' The greatest affliction is to never have been afflicted.'.