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Peaches Geldof loves expensive video games, cheap booze

Peaches Geldof loves expensive video games, cheap booze
Peaches Geldof with Jade Raymond of Ubisoft Toronto (Image: Jess Baumung/Ubisoft)

As the daughter of Bob Geldof, British socialite Peaches Geldof is basically high society by birth. Her taste in cocktails? Maybe not so distinguished. She requested a bottle of two-star resort staple Havana Club while deejaying the launch of Ubisoft’s new Toronto studio at Lansdowne and Wallace on Sunday night.

Twenty-one-year-old Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof was uncharactieristically well behaved at the launch of the popular video game developer’s HQ in T.O. Peaches and her  pal played Battle Tag, then took over the turntables with a Spice Girls set. Joining the blonde brat were designer Philip Sparks, Project Runway’s Jessica Biffi, and MuchMusic VJ Liz Trinnear. While the Havana Club went untouched, making for three Cuban pesos Ubisoft will never see again, Peaches was seen leaving with an armful of Xboxes. Halo party at Peaches’!


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