Almost two years after Peaches Geldof's passing from a drug overdose and her widower, Thomas Cohen, is moving on…
And with one of her close friends!
The 25-year-old musician was spotted locking lips with Daisy Lowe, Gavin Rossdale's daughter, in London on Wednesday.
There's definitely no hiding this romance now.
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The new flames have been getting closer all month, as they also rang in the New Year in Miami with close friends.
A source previously said of this blooming relationship:
And we don't blame her one bit!
Fifi Geldof got on the defensive when internet followers started ripping the late Peaches Geldof for overdosing on heroin with her baby son in the house.
After many called her deceased sister an irresponsible mom, Fifi blasted:
"You've no idea what you're talking about."
Fifi continued on her now private Instagram:
Woah, Peaches Geldof's last interview with the Spectator is a seriously surreal read.
In the lengthy interview, Peaches talks about everything from heroin to the musician, Elliott Smith.
For those who don't know, besides being an amazing singer and songwriter, Elliott Smith was an avid user of heroin and struggled with depression before his violent death in 2003.
What's interesting is that Peaches idolized the tragic Elliott and found a great amount of comfort in his music.
She also sympathized with users like Elliott(and even Philip Seymour Hoffman):
Unfortunately, Peaches Geldof's cause of death is just as suspected.
While it was already believed that the socialite's sudden death on April 7th was caused by a drug overdose from heroin, a coroner has now confirmed it.
Even though Peaches did EVERYTHING she could to kick her opiate habit — including taking methadone for more than 2 years — she fell victim to her old demons.
In addition to the coroner's findings, police found 6.9 grams of the drug in the house she was discovered lifeless in with her infant son present.
Traces of codeine, methadone, AND morphine were also found in her bloodstream, so it is pretty obvious she hadn't given up on fighting the overbearing addiction.
Still, if Peaches' death doesn't prove it, it's clear from the deaths of Cory Monteith and Philip Seymour Hoffman that heroin is a fatal epidemic that is tough to conquer for even the most talented and intelligent of victims.
It will certainly be hard to live on without her, but we have faith her sons are in good hands with their daddy Thomas Cohen.
P.S. CLICK HERE to get to know the late and beloved Peaches.
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