Peaches Geldof: The Caring Sun Trails Its Long Lens On Her Grieving Husband And Sister
PEACHES Geldof has died. Her funeral has been held. So. What now for the paparazzi’s long lens?
Why, how about a picture of her widow and his sister-in-law out for a walk? No fewer than two journalists - MATT WILKINSON and ANDY HALLS – are there to look at the photo and tell readers:
GRIEVING Thomas Cohen walks with his arm round sister-in-law Tiger Lily yesterday — 24 hours after his wife Peaches was cremated. Musician Tom, 23, was comforted by Peaches’ half-sister as they paused at a duck pond
It’s what Peaches would have wanted. Or not.
In 2007, Peaches told The Sydney Telegraph, “The f**king paparazzi here are c**ts. “I’ve been followed everywhere. It’s quite sinister and the worst I’ve ever experienced in my whole life.”
Staying Down Under, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Peaches’ Funeral:
The Daily Mail reported that family and friends attending the funeral would be able to gather at Geldof’s house and use the side entrance to the church to avoid the paparazzi.
As the Mail‘s news suppliers dashed to the side entrance, the Mail reported on April 17:
Just weeks prior to her death, Peaches Geldof was looking forward to moving to Australia.
Bet the Sun and Mail are disappointed to have missed out on all those those exclusives such a move would have brought them (aka pictures of a young woman out minding her own business).