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It's not often that a celebrity death garners much of my attention, and rarer still that it evokes an empathetic response. But on reading the news of Peaches Geldof this morning, I choked down my luke warm tea, a strange feeling sitting heavily in my guts. She was 25, someone whose raucous actions and written witticisms had always interested me. She was the antithesis of celebrity kids like Paris - she was gritty and wise, eloquent and crazy, something we could imagine being. The articles that she wrote for the Guardian and the Telegraph showed she was more than just a party girl, and her recent life with husband and kids looked filled with resounding love. In a statement today her father, Bob Geldof, called her the 'wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and most bonkers of all of us'. May she rest peacefully.

 



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