Peaches Geldof, was found dead at her residence and the police stated that toxicology testing, coroner’s inquest could take weeks or even months. A spokesperson for police in Kent, England stated that several key questions wouldn’t be answered for months surrounding her death in her home in the village of Wrotham in southeast England.
Peaches Geldof’s autopsy is scheduled for later this week. While the autopsy will deal with her cause of death, it won’t get into published reports that there was no suicide note found or that no hard drugs were discovered in her home. Toxicology testing could take weeks, even months.
Once known as a former wild-child, model and television presenter, Peaches Geldof recently displayed a calmer, more grounded, less glamorous side. At the time of her death, she was embarking on a new career as a parenting writer with Mother And Baby Magazine.
Peaches Geldof had two sons, Astala, who is twenty three months old and Phaedra, who is only eleven months old with Tom Cohen, frontman for the defunct punk band S.C.U.M.
Peaches Geldof had become a strong proponent of a parenting technique called Attachment Parenting, which advocates strengthening families and using trust, respect, and affection to provide a lifelong foundation for healthy enduring relationships.
In her final tweet, Peaches Geldof shared a picture of herself with her mother, Paula Yates, saying simply “Me and my mum”
Peaches Geldof’s mother, Paula Yates, divorced Sir Bob Geldof in the year 1996. She then had a child with Michael Hutchence, singer for INXS, who died in the year 1997 in what the coroner ruled was a suicide. Paula Yates died of a drug overdose in the year 2000.
Well all said and done, even though we may not have known Peaches Geldof, but then we know her story and it seemed too sad that it could end this way.