Peaches Geldof Dead at 25, Prince George Steals the Show in New Zealand: Top 5 Stories

Celebrity News Apr. 7, 2014 AT 7:45PM
Peaches Geldof and Kate Middleton Peaches Geldof and Kate Middleton Credit: Mike Marsland/WireImage; Samir Hussein/WireImage

British fashion and TV personality Peaches Geldof dies at age 25, and Prince George is already the breakout star of the royal tour arriving at New Zealand's Wellington Airport with his parents Kate Middleton and Prince William -- plus other top stories from Monday, April 7!

1. Peaches Geldof Dead at 25: "We Are Beyond Pain"

Peaches Geldof, the daughter of world-famous musician Bob Geldof, died Monday, April 7 in Wrotham, Kent, England. She was 25.

2. His Royal Cuteness! Prince George Steals the Show in New Zealand

Well, hello, your royal cuteness! Prince George is just one day into his first official royal tour with Kate Middleton and Prince William, but he's already the breakout star of the show. Arriving at New Zealand's Wellington Airport on Monday, April 7, the 8-month-old heir to the British throne was a wiggly bundle of charm and funny faces.

3. Getting Romantic? Khloe K. Parties With French Montana: Pictures

Two states, one weekend -- countless dating rumors! Khloe Kardashian continued to fuel speculation about her love life when she hit the clubs this weekend with rapper French Montana -- first in Hollywood, and then in Phoenix, Ariz.

4. Gwyneth Tweets for the First Time Since Her Split -- See What She Shared

Nothing but blue skies. The honeymoon is long over for Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin -- but their family trip to paradise is still very much in play. On Sunday, April 6, the Oscar-winning actress tweeted for the first time since announcing her separation from the Coldplay frontman, sharing a link to an Instagram photo from their family vacation in the Exuma Islands of the Bahamas.

5. Seinfeld Star, Comedian John Pinette Found Dead at 50

Gone too soon. Comedian and actor John Pinette died at age 50 on Saturday, April 5. Pinette was found in his hotel room at the Sheraton in Pittsburgh, and his personal doctor confirmed that the star, who had suffered from liver and heart disease, had died of natural causes, the Post-Gazette reports.

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