Peaches Geldof & Family Take A Sunday Stroll

Peaches Geldof's family stroll

TV presenter Peaches Geldof was spotted taking a Sunday stroll with her hubby Thomas Cohen (December 2) in London. The pair were enjoying their walk with their 7-month old son Astala and their pink pup.

The 23-year old model opened up to Hello! magazine recently to announce that she was pregnant with her second child.

“Tom was so happy. He loves being a dad so much and is brilliant with Astala, who totally adores him, so he was over the moon. I, on the other hand, did have a momentary panic and go, ‘Oh my God, we’re going to have a one-year-old and a one-month-old! How will we cope?’

The couple didn’t realize they were pregnant right away. The journalist noticed a few symptoms along the way and figured it out.

“When I was pregnant with Astala I had a condition called Hyperemesis gravidarum, which meant I was sick all day, every day, for five months, but this time round it was just on two occasions and very mildly, so I didn’t clock what was going on.”

“What made me take a test was that I started getting a pregnancy tummy – I already have a very noticeable bump. When the test came up positive, Tom remembered that I’d been craving these particular sour sweets, which I’ve only ever eaten when I’ve been pregnant. He said, ‘How could we not have guessed?’”

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Filed under: Astala Cohen,Expecting,Peaches Geldof

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. Elizabeth

    He’s wearing a dead fox, their dog is dyed pink, and their son is named Astala, Yes, they are worthy of our attention.

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  2. RJ

    LOL at Peaches being referred to as “journalist.” When I first read that sentence I thought it meant the Hello mag journalist was putting the pieces together FOR Peaches, haha. Which is not totally unlikely…

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  3. lovey

    If those two aren’t strung out on drugs, I don’t know who is.

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