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Paula Yates had a successful career as a TV presenter where she worked on shows such as The Tube and The Big Breakfast.

The late star married Bob Geldof in 1986, they had Pixie, 30, Fifi, 38, and Peaches, who tragically died in 2014 of a heroin overdose aged 25. 

During her career and 20-year relationship to Geldof, Paula was plagued by rumours of infidelity with actor Rupert Everett recently sharing details about their six-year affair which began in 1982. 

Rupert first publicly admitted to his long-running affair with TV presenter Paula during an extract titled My Life With The Divas with the Daily Mail in 2006.

He said on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories earlier this month that he was with her ‘before and after’ her marriage to Bob, adding that he feels ‘no guilt’ over their romance. 

While Paula may have ‘clung’ to Bob as described by Rupert, she was repeatedly unfaithful to him during their marriage.

Paula famously interviewed INXS frontman Michael Hutchence while in bed on The Big Breakfast TV show in 1995, when they were apparently already embroiled in a love affair.

Five months after the interview aired, he had left his girlfriend Helena Christensen, she had abandoned her marriage.

Paula left Bob, who she shared daughters Peaches, Pixie and Fifi with, to pursue a relationship with the rock star, leaving her husband devastated. Paula and Michael soon welcomed daughter Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily, now 24.

Two years later Michael committed suicide by hanging in an Australian hotel room. At the time Paula refused to accept that he would have voluntarily left her and their young daughter.

Three years later Paula was found dead aged 41 following a heroin overdose.

Following the tragic death of both of her parents, Bob adopted Tiger Lily so that she was able to stay with her sisters.

The story of tragedy repeated in April 2014 when Paula and Bob’s daughter Peaches died of an overdose aged 25.    


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