UK police are digging in to establishing the unexplained death of a 25-year old celebrity Peaches Geldof and have said that they will disclose their findings to a coroner.
Kent Council has said her body was taken to hospital for a post-mortem by a forensic pathologist on Wednesday to find out the exact cause of the death.
Geldof was declared dead on Monday by paramedics invited to her home in Wrotham, southeast of London. Kent police stated that officers were carrying out investigations for the “unexplained sudden death” although they didn’t consider it suspicious.
Peaches was the daughter to an Irish musician and Band Aid founder Bob Geldof and TV presenter Paula Yates, who died of drug overdose in 2000. She was brought up in the glare of Britain press, which disclosed in the late-night behavior of her teenage life.
She recently got married for a second time to musician Tom Cohen, had two young sons, and was working as a broadcaster and fashion writer. She said in 2009 that her drug-taking years were haunting her.