Pixie Geldof was spotted with husband George Barnett and their baby daughter enjoying a Mother’s Day stroll in London’s Chelsea on Sunday.
The doting mum, 32, looked chic in a smart black coat, paired with matching trousers and chunky boots.
The couple announced that they welcomed their first child in August 2021, but have yet to reveal her name or when exactly she was born.
Pixie tied back her blonde locks and adorned her with large gold earrings and a shoulder bag.
Pushing the little ones’ scooter Pixie and George took turns carrying their daughter as they rode through the busy street.
The 34-year-old musician looked casual in a dark jacket that he wore over a white T-shirt and jeans.
Strolling: Pixie Geldof, 32, was spotted with husband George Barnett, 34, and their infant daughter as they enjoyed a Mother’s Day stroll in London’s Chelsea on Sunday
In love: The doting mom looked chic in a smart black coat, paired with matching trousers and chunky boots
Pixie has been married to These New Puritans drummer George since 2017, when the couple tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in Mallorca.
Close friends Alexa and Daisy Lowe were bridesmaids, with guests including Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Nick Grimshaw.
The couple are also friends with Princess Eugenie and attended her wedding to industry leader Jack Brooksbank in 2018.
Pixie is the third daughter of Bob and Paula Yates, who tragically died of a heroin overdose in 2000 at the age of 41.
The couple married in 1986 and had Pixie, Fifi, 38 and Peaches, but tragically, history repeated itself in April 2014 when their middle child Peaches died of an overdose at age 25.
Last week Channel 4 broadcast a two-part documentary Paulain which friends of the stars and associates reflected on Yates’ rise to fame before her untimely death.
The documentary chronicles Paula’s rise to fame and the later years of her life, following the death of her partner, Michael Hutchence.
The presenter could be heard saying the audience was ‘waiting for it’ [her] to die’ on previously unheard tapes recorded shortly after her partner’s death and dug up for the programme.
Family: The couple announced that they welcomed their first child in August 2021, but they have not revealed her name or when exactly she was born
Audio clips of Yates, who died at her home in Notting Hill at the age of 41 after an accidental heroin overdose, were played in a new documentary about her extraordinary career and troubled personal life.
The presenter also spoke about going back to work after having four children, Pixie, Peaches and Fifi Trixibelle with Bob Geldof and Heavenly Haraani Tiger Lily with Hutchence. She revealed how she viewed her changed personality.
“I didn’t have all those stupid girl tricks to fall back on because they kind of disappeared,” she reveals.
“I pushed to 40, four kids, very happy. I was actually curious what it would be like to work again without all that hassle.’
Channel 4 head of specialist factual Shaminder Nahal said: ‘Paula Yates exploded onto our screens in Channel 4’s very first week on the air in 1982, a whirlwind of humour, verve and charisma – a style totally unique.
Mother: Last week, Channel 4 aired a two-part documentary about Pixie’s mother Puala Yates, in which friends of the star reflected on Yates’ rise to fame before her untimely death
“When you look at what she has achieved now, it feels like no one has ever matched her as a TV presenter.
So as Channel 4 reflects on 40 years, it feels good to look at her life and career, and what an impact she’s made.
“As always, (documentary producers) Curious Films have created a compelling and sensitive series that I hope will introduce Paula to a new generation.”
Charlene Chika Osuagwu, producer at Curious Films, said: ‘Paula is the real story of a quirky woman who was ahead of her time and totally into it. celebrity and what it meant to be a successful woman at the time.
Paula’s struggle to ‘have it all’, torn between the duties of family life and her own personal career and happiness in the magnifying gaze of a world determined to judge her, is a powerful lesson for today’s world and women who fighting the same problems 40 years later.’