Peaches Geldof has confessed to having an unlikely crush on Labour Party leader Ed Miliband.
Asked to name her favourite thing about Britain she said: "Ed Miliband, he's fit."
She told Company Magazine: "In fact, both Miliband brothers, and David Cameron for that matter, are quite fit. British politics has a suave thing going on."
Geldof, the daughter of Bob Geldof, divorced rock musician Max Drummey in 2009 after a six-month marriage. They married in secret in a drive-in ceremony in Las Vegas after a 10-day romance.
Her mother Paula Yates died from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000, at the age of 40.
The former presenter of Channel 4's Big Breakfast and The Tube had split from husband Bob Geldof five years earlier following an affair with INXS frontman Michael Hutchence.
Australian Hutchence was found dead in a hotel room in Sydney in 1997, and Yates went on to lose custody of the three children she had with Geldof - Peaches, Pixie and Fifi - the following year.
Despite her showbusiness roots and career as a model and television presenter, Geldof said "showbiz parties always feel so hollow and fake".
She told the magazine: "I prefer real situations with my real friends. We go to a little dive bar in Dalston run by Turkish men drinking White Lightning cider while they Skype their families back home. I love weird, out-of-context bars rather than swanky places."
The full interview appears in the March issue of Company magazine, on sale February 12.