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Irish musician Bob Geldof's 19-year-old daughter Peaches is divorcing her husband of six months, the couple have revealed. The BBC reported Sunday the daughter of the Live Aid organizer is splitting from Max Drummey in a friendly and mutually decided breakup. After much soul-searching we have made the
Peaches Geldof's publicist said the British teen TV presenter and her musician husband Max Drummey are not divorcing, despite rumors claiming they are.
Washington, Hollywood and music elite were on hand Friday night at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner for the 2008 "Power of Music" YouthAIDS Gala. Global Ambassador Ashley Judd hosted the star-studded affair which raised over $1.2 million in the fight against the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
PEACHES Geldof puts her recent troubles behind her and gets back to what she does best - partying hard. Bob Geldof's girl was at London's Astoria to see new husband Max Drummey's band on Saturday night. Peaches, 19, has enjoyed a few wild weeks - in July it was reported she had taken an overdose.
LOOKING more like an outlaw, Sir Bob Geldof's son-in-law Max Drummey, 23, rocks with his band Chester French in Sheffield last night. (c) 2008 Daily Mirror. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
By LORNE JACKSON THEY came from every corner of the nation to participate. Well from all round London at any rate. Girls with large hair and even larger cheque books. Blokes with jackets that didn't just contain shoulder pads - they sported shoulder plateaus. Some of them could sing.
By LIZZIE ROBINSON PEACHES Geldof has married her American boyfriend in Las Vegas in a simple, low-key ceremony. The 19-year-old daughter of Bob Geldof tied the knot with Max Drummey, singer in indie band Chester French after a whirlwind romance.
By Emily Pykett IT HAS long been the preserve of celebrities to bestow outlandish names upon their offspring. And parents are increasingly following their lead in seeking out original monikers for their children.
By TORCUIL CRICHTON HE may fancy himself in the image of Emily Bronte's Heathcliff but Gordon Brown has proved he is no star of the small screen.
HAUNTING images of a young girl, painfully thin and with lesions covering her pretty face, will stay with Newcastle filmmaker Daniel Larson Sidhu forever.
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