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Pixie Geldolf on life without Peaches: ‘There will always be something missing’

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The late Peaches Geldof pictured with her sister Pixie

The late Peaches Geldof pictured with her sister Pixie

The late Peaches Geldof pictured with her sister Pixie

Pixie Geldolf has spoken about the loss of her sister Peaches in 2014 and said there will always be “something missing” from her life.

The 26-year-old admitted that there is no way to recover from such a loss, but she said she is committed to living as well as she can”.

“I have a very lovely life,” she told The Sun.

“Except there will always be something missing. You don’t want to be the kind of person who knows how this feels, but unfortunately, I am.

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Peaches Geldof died in 2014, leaving behind two sons

Peaches Geldof died in 2014, leaving behind two sons

Peaches Geldof died in 2014, leaving behind two sons

“I realise now that everyone is just trying to live as well as they can. And some people can’t,” she said.

Peaches was 25 when she died at her Kent home following a heroin overdose in 2014 leaving behind two children Astala and Phaedra, who she had with her husband Thomas Cohen.

Speaking about her sister, Pixie said there will never be a day she does not think about Peaches.

“I am OK. There’s no recovery from it. There’s no therapy for it. I mean, there’s no one day when it won’t be bad,” she said.

Peaches' widower Thomas Cohen, told The Sunday Times Magazine he was left devastated at his wife's death and had to learn to love and take care of himself to get through the grieving process.

He said: "I just made the decision to start looking after myself and I refused to lose myself and become a traumatised, grief-stricken single father who everyone's going to look at and think and feel all of these things about. And that's absolutely fine."

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