Peaches and Fifi Brown make up a DJ duo known as "Trash Pu$$ies"
In August 2008 Peaches shocked her family and friends when she married her American boyfriend, singer Max Drummey, of indie band Chester French in a Las Vegas ceremony.
Peaches has two tattoos - one on her ankle and another on her left wrist. 
In 2006, Peaches ranked at #7 in the Tatler's list of "Top Ten Fashion Icons" for the year.
In 2006, Peaches sat her AS-level exams in History Of Art, Classical Civilisation, Politics, and English at Queen's College, London, and plans to study English and Journalism at New York University.
In 2008 Peaches wrote articles for Ellegirl magazine and the British newspaper, The Daily Telegraph.
Peaches is a vegetarian. She also protests against fox hunting.
Peaches has a number of piercings - her nose, belly button, tongue and her ears.
Peaches has three sisters: Fifi Trixibelle (b. 1983), Pixie (b. 10 September 1990) and half-sister Tigerlily (b. 1996). All four girls lived with Bob Geldof, who won custody of his biological daughters and the orphaned Tigerlily, when both Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates died.
Peaches: (on her marriage to singer Max Drummey) I didn't go into marriage thinking "This is going to last forever". But I did think, "I love him right now."
Peaches: (on Michael Moore and his film Fahrenheit 9/11) I watched that film and I felt disgusted the way he was so biased. He completely ridiculed him [Bush] and it's just like when you're in a playground and you're bullying a little kid. I was for the Iraq war. I supported Bush completely. Of course, it's terrible that millions of people have died but if you think of Saddam Hussein and all the terrible things he's done, I mean, something doesn't come from nothing. Everyone at school, like, a lot of people knew nothing about the war and were wearing T-shirts saying 'F--- Bush' and saying 'Bush sucks'. I think people should be more informed before hating a person for something.
Peaches: (on discipline): People are going to hate me for saying this, but I can see where parents are coming from when they impose a curfew. Since I turned sixteen, dad's been quite reasonable and extended it to one in the morning. But I don't go out at all on weeknights because I have to get up at, like, seven.
Peaches: (on her name) I hate ridiculous names, my weird name has haunted me all my life. I hate being called spoilt. My life is ordinary. I also hate being famous because people claim to know me because of my surname.