Peaches Geldof death ‘not suspicious’

Police searching Peaches Geldof’s house in the wake of her sudden death have found no evidence of hard drugs, no suicide note, and no visible signs of injury, British media reported.

Model and media personality Peaches Geldof, the second daughter of Irish singer Bob Geldof and member of a talented, troubled family who grew up in the glare of Britain’s tabloid press, was found dead at age 25.

She leaves behind two young children, sons Astala Dylan Willow, born in 2012, and Phaedra Bloom Forever, born in 2013.

Police said they were treating her death as a non-suspicious, but unexplained, sudden death.

‘”unexplained and sudden” and The Sun reported that a coroner was probing if she died of natural causes.

In a family statement, Bob Geldof said: ”Peaches has died. We are beyond pain.”

Peaches Geldof had acknowledged using drugs in the past but said in a 2009 interview that she had quit.

The news of her death came as a shock to Britain’s entertainment and fashion circles, where Geldof had been active as a model, television presenter and fashion writer.

She was a frequent attendee at fashion shows in London and New York, and was photographed just last week at a London show for the Tesco brand F&F.

Geldof was only 11 when her mother, television presenter Paula Yates, died of a drug overdose in 2000, and those who knew her said it hit her extremely hard.