The story of Peaches Geldof's death has gotten even more tragic.
The socialite was alone with her youngest son, Phaedra, 11-months-old at the time of her death during the weekend of April 5. He was in the family home in Kent, England when Peaches' body was found, 17 hours after she last made contact with anyone.
Peaches' husband, Tom Cohen, told the inquest into her death how she had stayed in the house with their youngest son, Phadera, 11-months-old at the time, that weekend, while he and their second son, Astala, 2, visited with his parents in south east London.
He tried to reach her around 10 p.m. on April 6, but she didn't pick up. Worried about not being able to get a hold of her the next morning, he drove back to the home with the couple's eldest son, Astala, 2, and his mother and found Peaches' lifeless body on a bed in one of their spare rooms.
Phaedra was unharmed and in another room in the house.
Police found a ton of drug paraphernalia, including tons of 'importation quality' heroin, 79 syringes and burnt spoons.
A coroner confirmed today that she died from a heroin overdose.
Tom told the inquest that the daughter of Sir Bob Geldof was a heroin addict, but had been having drug treatments in the two years leading up to her death.
He believed she was using drugs again after he found text messages in February.
Peaches' mother, Paula Yates, also passed away from an accidental heroin overdose in 2000.
Peaches posted this photo of the pair just hours before her death: