Where Paula Yates' daughter Tiger Lily is now as she makes music and enjoys Aussie life
19.03.2023 - 14:43
23 years on since the tragic death of Paula Yates, Channel 4 has released a two-part documentary taking a closer look at the TV icon's life. Former Big Breakfast presenter Paula enjoyed a colourful career as a TV host and enjoyed high-profile relationships with both Bob Geldof and the late Michael Hutchence, who died in 1997. However, Paula tragically passed away in 2000 from an overdose, leaving behind four daughters - Fifi, Peaches and Pixie Geldof, who she shared with Bob, and her daughter with Michael, Tiger Lily Hutchence.
Tiger Lily, now 26, was just four years old when her mum passed away, and Bob, 71, went on to adopt her. Here we take a look at where she is now... Tiger Lily, whose full name is Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof, tends to keep out of the spotlight and resides in Australia - where her late father was originally from.
The 26 year old lives in seaside town of Fremantle, where she has started pursuing a career as a musician and enjoying a quiet life. Last month, she released her debut album, titled Tragic Tiger’s Sad Meltdown in a nod to a headline once written about her by an Australian publication. On her album notes, Tiger Lily reveals that most of the songs on her debut album are about her late older half-sister Peaches Geldof, who tragically died away in April 2014 after an overdose, in a devastating echo of her mother's passing.
Tiger Lily was close to her three older half-sisters - Fifi, now 39, Peaches, and Pixie, 32 - from a young age.Their father Bob officially adopted her in 2007. She attended school in London and went on to study at Goldsmiths College in the capital, graduating in 2019. It was after her graduation that she decided to take the plunge and move to Australia, where