Geldof at Vogue London Fashion Week reception at Winfield House, September 2014
|Born||Little Pixie Geldof|
17 September 1990
Westminster, London, England
|Residence||Upper Clapton, London|
|Years active||Model (2008–present), |
George Barnett (m. 2017)
|Relatives||Peaches Geldof (sister)|
Hughie Green (maternal grandfather)
|Hair color||Brown (natural)|
|Agency||Select Model Management (London) |
Geldof is the third daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates. She is also the biological granddaughter of Hughie Green. Pixie was one of three sisters, Fifi Trixibelle (born in 1983), Peaches Geldof (1989–2014), and has a half-sister Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence (born in 1996) from her mother's relationship with INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. Her grandmother was Jewish.
Her first magazine cover modelling appearance was for Tatler in 2008. She has also been the face of advertising campaigns for Levi's, Diesel, Henry Holland, Razzle, Agent Provocateur, Loewe and Pringle of Scotland, as well as modelling for Vivienne Westwood, Luella and Jeremy Scott. She modelled for Debenhams in 2010.
Geldof is the lead singer of the band Violet, who released their first single in May 2012. She was scheduled to DJ at the 2014 Coachella in April but cancelled it due to the death of her sister.
Geldof has a passion for marine wildlife, especially sharks. She is an advocate for marine conservation and was one of the ambassadors for the #PassOnPlastic campaign against the pollution of water by single use plastic lead by Project Zero and Sky Ocean Rescue.
She also advocates against animal testing in the cosmetic industry. In October 2018, she was part of a delegation that went to the United Nations in New York to present a petition launched by The Body Shop to end cosmetic animal testing worldwide.
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