The inquest into Peaches Geldof's death has found that she died after taking high purity heroin at her home in Wrotham.
There is an ongoing investigation into who supplied Ms Geldof with the heroin.
The last known movements by Peaches on Sunday 6th April saw Peaches post a picture with her mother onto 'Instagram’.
The last known contact Peaches had is at 7:45pm when she had a telephone conversation with a friend she had recently sent a message to.
Various people, including Thomas Cohen made attempts to contact Peaches as the evening progressed; Thomas made a call to Peaches that night but got no response.
On Monday 7th April, Thomas Cohen made repeated efforts to contact his wife but had no success.
He arrived at the home address with his mother where he went upstairs thinking that Peaches was asleep.
Thomas then located Peaches in a spare bedroom - where it became obvious to him that she was dead.
Peaches was located on the edge of a bed and was slumped forward onto the bed.
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