Peaches Geldof funeral service is to be held soon at the same church where her mother and father tied the knot once upon a time. And it is to occur on Easter Monday. Her mother Paula Yates wed Bob Geldof, the famous musician, and later on the two divorced.
DailyMail reports, "A service will be held at St Mary Magdalene and St Lawrence Church in Davington, near Faversham, Kent, where her mother Paula Yates's funeral was held in September 2000. Her father Bob Geldof and other family members have been seen over the last few days staying at his country home, Davington Priory, which is next to the church."
Peaches Geldof was somewhat of a wild child in her teenage days. She became a rebel without a cause and acted up a lot too in her anti-social streak. But later in life she gained a sense of responsibility and settled down with a husband and two kids.
Her two cute toddlers were often seen accompanying her on her excursions. She became a part of the celebrity culture and often took an avid part in the star-studded events related to it. The funeral is to be held sometime at noon.
"Those invited to attend the funeral service will be able to gather in the grounds of Geldof's home and use a side gate which leads directly into the church, avoiding the gaze of any media or members of the public," states DailyMail.
"Local people living in the village have become aware of the date being fixed for the funeral service on Easter Monday, although it is understood no official information has yet been publicly released or announced by church officials."
Peaches Geldof was just 25 years old when she was found dead at her home. Watch Photo Gallery of Peaches Geldof home in Wrotham, Kent where she found dead on April 7.
A postmortem and toxicology report are to come out soon and then maybe the real reason behind her sudden demise may be known. Until then her departing this world for the next will remain a conundrum.
However, any foul play has been ruled out. The strange thing is that her mother Paula Yates died in similar circumstances. It was said to be a case of suicide that her mother had died from.
Her dad Bob Geldof is absolutely devastated. He loved her so much. And to lose a young daughter in such a manner is a big burden that Bob has so far been unable to carry.
He is shocked and cannot believe that such a lively and fun girl like Peaches could just die like that. Peaches Geldof leaves behind two little sons and a husband who is also filled with sorrow at her meaningless death.