Pixie Geldof is pregnant with first child

Pixie Geldof with her husband, George Barnett

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Pixie Geldof, the 30-year-old daughter of Sir Bob Geldof and Paula Yates, is pregnant with her first child. The high-society beauty – with best friends including Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe – was a vision of health as she stepped out in London’s sunshine yesterday in a long blue floral silk dress beneath a leather jacket and teamed with black tights. She walked with husband, George Barnett, 32, and they were both holding what looked like an iced coffee.

Geldof married the These New Puritans drummer George Barnett in 2017 in a lavish ceremony in Mallorca, which the bride arrived at by bus. Chung and Lowe were bridesmaids and other guests include Harry Styles, Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw and Louis Tomlinson from One Direction.

Pixie Geldof is pregnant

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The couple are also great friends with Princess Eugenie, attending her glamorous wedding to husband Jack Brooksbank in October 2018. Eugenie and Pixie likely bonded through their philanthropy, they were seen together in June launching The Pass On Plastic Experience in Carnaby Street, with a selection of other stars. Perhaps Pixie’s upcoming baby will become friends with Eugenie’s newly born baby, August? Pixie is a dedicated activist with a passion for marine wildlife, especially sharks, and vociferously advocates for marine conservation and against animal testing in the cosmetic industry.

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Pixie recently marked the birthday of her dog Busta, posting a gallery of images of the adorable chihuahua to her Instagram to mark his 9th year. Pixie first appeared on the cover of Tatler in 2008, her first magazine appearance, and she has gone on to front multifarious campaigns and model for the likes of Vivienne Westwood and Henry Holland.

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