Fifi Geldof is the spitting image of her late mother Paula Yates as she shares rare selfie with cropped pink locks
Fifi Geldof looked just like her late mother, Paula Yates, in a rare selfie she shared via Instagram on Monday.
The daughter of Paula and Bob Geldof, 38, was the spitting image of the presenter with her new look which saw her sport cropped pink locks.
Sharing the post with her 23,000 followers, Fifi smiled for the camera while sat in a car, with her hair brushed into a coiffured style.
Uncanny: Fifi Geldof (L) is the spitting image of her late mother Paula Yates (R in 1991) as she shared a rare selfie with cropped pink locks on Monday
Gushing about her new look, she thanked those who helped style it and wrote in the caption: ‘Mink pink and 40s pin up curls!’
Fifi put on a stylish display in the snap as she wore a red polka-dot dress that she paired with a black cardigan.
Fifi, who uses the surname Robertson-Geldof on her private social media account, was last pictured in September 2020 during a night out with friends, and before that was seen with her half-sister Tiger Lily’s graduation in July 2019 alongside Pixie.
Tiger Lily, 24, was adopted by Live Aid founder Bob Geldof, 68, after his ex-wife Paula died of a heroin overdose aged 41, in 2000 when Tiger Lily was four years old.
Loss: Paula (pictured in 1991) died of a heroin overdose aged 41 in 2000
Fifi is married to sand sculptor Andrew Robertson – and the pair wed in a beautiful ceremony at St Mary Magdalene and St Lawrence church in Kent in 2016.
It’s the same church where her sister Peaches, who died of a drug overdose at the age of 25 in 2014, and mother, Paula are buried.
The church in Davington is next door to father Bob’s country home and has been a place of both joy and sorrow for the Geldof family.
Bob and Paula had a blessing in the church after their Las Vegas wedding in 1986 while Peaches married Thomas Cohen in the religious establishment in 2012.
However, Paula’s funeral in 2000 was held at the same church, following her heroin overdose at her home in Notting Hill.
And tragically, in 2014, just two years before her wedding, Peaches was remembered at a ceremony at the church following her own heroin overdose.