But inarguably, that devastating mistake has, inevitably, impacted those she left behind. Up until December 1997, Yates believed her biological father to be Jess Yates, who hosted the ITV religious programme Stars on Sunday. She said it was the pressure of being back in London.". Jo said: "I rushed upstairs to tell Paula to wake up and took one look at her and knew she was dead.".
Paula's presenting career continued to go from strength to strength and she became hugely famous for her 'on the bed' interviews for Channel 4's The Big Breakfast. Their first daughter, Fifi Trixibelle, was born on 31 March 1983, named Fifi after Geldof's aunt Fifi, and Trixibelle because Yates wanted a belle in the family. Peaches became a mother to two sons, Phaedra and Astala, and regularly appeared on TV to discuss her family life and parenting tips. Paula was inconsolable, and when a paternity test just a few weeks later revealed her biological father was Hughie Green and not Jess Yates, the star began to struggle. Our.
Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. In November 1997, Michael was found dead in his hotel room in Sydney, Australia, and an inquest ruled it was suicide. The coroner ruled that it was not a suicide, but a result of "foolish and incautious" behaviour. Jess Yates and Elaine Smith were married from 1958 to 1975. She was the girlfriend of musician Bob Geldof from 1976 to 1986 and was married to him from 1986 to 1996. She was also in a relationship with musician Michael Hutchence from the mid-1990s until Hutchence's death in 1997. Born on 24 April 1959 in Colwyn Bay, Wales to English parents, Yates was brought up in a show business family. Fifi married sand sculptor Andrew Robertson in Kent in 2016 at the same church where her mum and younger sister Peaches are buried. Tiger Lily, 24, the image of Hutchence, has always kept a low profile, and is in a long-term and steady relationship with Nick Allbrook, from the band Tame Impala. She became most notorious for her "on the bed" interviews on the show The Big Breakfast, produced by her husband, Bob Geldof.. In 1995, Paula walked out on her marriage to Bob and she and Michael went public with their relationship. "The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. Is she serious, or is she just flirting with it, the way she does with everything else? I didn't grieve. Heartbreakingly, little Tiger Lily let her in. It seems, like Fifi and Pixie, she has pulled through the tragedy of her mother's death – and the double whammy of her father's suicide, too – with her feet remaining firmly on the ground. The pair had first met almost a decade before and it has been reported they were in regular contact ever since.
Heartbreakingly, Paula admitted she often found her unusual childhood isolating - she even spent time living in a castle - and when her parents divorced she lived with her mother, even though she was closer to her father. Paula Yates was the author of several books, including: "Baby, Baby, Baby: Paula Yates, the rock chick who married Bob Geldof and interviews people in bed, has set herself up as an expert on motherhood. Almost immediately, the couple split. PAULA YATES' mother has spoken for the first time about the five years the two women went without speaking - ending in the presenter's death.
As of 2019, Tiger's legal name is Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof. The irony was, of course, Paula was getting her life back on track before she died. Yates was born in Colwyn Bay, and brought up in the north Wales village of Rowen, near Llandudno. FIFI Geldof looked just like her late mother Paula Yates as she went on a night out in London. Sharing so much of her mother's spirit, she forged a career in the media young – and then a fraught spot in the showbiz limelight. She said: "I was rootless and having the kids really anchored me in place and changed my life for the better. Paula's remaining daughters today appear tighter than ever in the wake of this second wave of tragedy.  Yates became distraught, refusing to accept the coroner's verdict of suicide and insisting that it was a case of auto-erotic asphyxiation. Now, …