English socialite Peaches Geldof has died.
The 25-year-old was found dead at her home in Kent, England, Monday afternoon. Details surrounding the death are unclear. Kent Police tell TMZ, they do not suspect foul play. Investigators are treating the death as "unexplained and sudden."
A law enforcement source at the Kent PD tells TMZ, a woman called in and said she could not reach Peaches, so officials dispatched an ambulance and emergency responders found Peaches' body.
Peaches is the daughter of singer and famed philanthropist Bob Geldof, the guy behind the Live Aid concerts. Peaches was a socialite and model. She also worked as a TV presenter.
Bob just released a statement, saying, "We are beyond pain. She was the wildest, funniest, cleverest, wittiest and the most bonkers of all of us."
Peaches was married to Chester French singer Max Drummey from 2008-2011. She married S.C.U.M. singer Thomas Cohen in 2012. She also famously dated Eli Roth.
She's survived by her two children, her husband Thomas, her sisters, and her dad. Peaches posted this video to Instagram Sunday, showing her playing with her baby son.
Eerily, Peaches also posted a photo of her mother Paula Yates Sunday on Twitter. Her mom passed away in 2000 from a drug overdose.