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Peaches Geldof’s husband has opened up about the moment he found the TV presenter dead in their Kent home in 2014. The late daughter of Sir Bob Geldof, 25, died following a heroin overdose and Thomas Cohen – who shared two sons Astala, five, and Phaedra, four with the star – has given a rare and candid interview about her death to a German newspaper, admitting he was not surprised when he discovered her body. Thomas admitted he ‘was not surprised’ by her death, and said he was said that their boys had lived “longer than they knew their mother”.
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Thomas Cohen was “scared” throughout his marriage to Peaches Geldof and admits her addictions only heightened his fears.
Bob Geldof has opened up about his daughter Peaches’ death, admitting that his shock and grief following the 25-year-old’s heroin overdose back in 2014 left him contemplating suicide.
Welp, today is not a good day for celebrity couples with it being reported that Daisy Lowe and Thomas Cohen have split. Daisy had been dating Thomas, the widower of her late best friend Peaches Geldof, since the start of the year but it is thought that the romance has fizzled out.
Thomas Cohen was left devastated in April 2014 when his wife, and the mother of his two children, Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose in their family home. Now the 25-year-old is gearing up for the release of his new solo album, admitting that he was “inspired” by Peaches’ death. The record, entitled ‘Bloom Forever’, was Thomas’ way of coping with his loss, with the musician channeling his grief into his creativity.
Bob Geldof has admitted that he was angry with his daughter, Peaches, when she passed away from a heroin overdose in April 2014. Whilst Bob was keen to clarify that he loved Peaches “to the core of his soul”, he explained that most of his emotion was anger rather than crying when he first learned of her death. Speaking to The Mirror, Bob shared: “At the time, with Peaches I mean, immediately afterwards, I was extremely angry with her and probably that was the energy you discerned, it wasn’t a positive thing at all.
Peaches Geldof had around £450,000 worth of debt when she died of a drug overdose in April 2014, reports claim. Peaches left no will, according to The Mirror, but details of her estate have seemingly emerged. Bob Geldof recently spoke about the tragic death of his daughter, telling Miriam O'Callaghan on Ireland’s RTÉ Radio 1: “With Peaches it was different.
Bob Geldof has admitted he ‘half expected’ the tragic death of daughter Peaches, though he still, of course, finds the pain of losing her ‘unbearable’. Discussing Peaches death, as well as the death of his mother and that of his estranged wife Paula Yates, Bob told Miriam O'Callaghan on Ireland’s RTÉ Radio 1: “With Peaches it was different.
Bob Geldof has revealed that it was his grief for Peaches Geldof that prompted his decision to propose to his wife Jeanne Marine the day after her funeral.