Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof-Cohen was a British columnist, model, and television personality, best remembered as one of the fashion icons in the UK. Second daughter of the legendary Irish musician Bob Geldof and English television presenter and writer Paula Yates, Peaches attended Queen's College in London and later relocated to New York City. She wrote articles for the UK edition of Elle Girl magazine and for the national British daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph. She made her mark on the small-screen producing and developing her own programmes that aired in the UK. While she was still under 18, Peaches clinched the seventh spot in Tatler’s list of Top Ten Fashion Icons for the year 2006, emerging as the youngest woman in the list. She worked as a model and television personality in her later life and thrived in creating a niche in the fashion world. Peaches married twice and had two sons. She was found dead at her home in April 2014; subsequent investigation led to the conclusion that she died of a heroin overdose.