Peaches Geldof was a British journalist, model, and television viewing presenter that received a net worth of one million dollars. Peaches Geldof came into this world in Westminster, London, England, and graduated from Queen's College, London. She as the child of Irish musician Bob Geldof. She started writing a column for The Daily Telegraph when she was just 14 years of age. She continued with the column until age seventeen. She also had written for the UK edition of Elle Girl. Throughout 2005, she started doing work on a series of documentary television programs about teens. The first installment of the series, "Peaches Geldof: Teenage Mind" aired in 2005. The next installment, "Peaches Geldof: Teen America", aired in 2006. Peaches began modeling in 2007, walking the runway for London Fashion Week. She also launched a unique series on MTV One called, "Peaches: Disappear Here", that followed her as she launched the own magazine of her. Even thought was consequently dropped out of the campaign after nude pictures of her surfaced online, in 2009, she became the face of Dotti. Most recently, she hosted the talk show, "OMG! with Peaches Geldof". Tragically, Peaches was discovered dead in the home of her on Monday April seven, 2014. She was twenty five years of age and is survived by 2 kids and her most recently available husband, Thomas Cohen.
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