Sir Bob Geldof's eldest daughter, Fifi, got married to her long term beau over the weekend in a very special ceremony.



The happy couple made the decision to wed in the same church where the bride's late mother and sister are buried. 


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Fifi has not had an easy life, loosing her mother Paula Yates to a heroin overdose in 2000. 


Peaches Geldof, the sister of the bride, also passed away in 2014 from a drug overdose. 



However, this weekend was a glimmer of happiness for the young PR executive, as she married the love of her life, Andrew Robertson, in an intimate ceremony. 


Fifi has since taken to social media, to share a number of snaps from the otherwise private affair. 



The venue for the wedding, which is located next door to Bob Geldof's country home, is the same place that Peaches Geldof and Paula Yates are buried.  


Fifi shared a heartwarming picture of her flower girls, which she captioned "wedding sprogs and dogs".



The blushing bride also shared a picture of herself and her "friend and master" Gary Cockerill, who did her make-up for the big day. 



Many famous faces were in attendance, including former Made in Chelsea star Ashley James, and the widower of Peaches, musician Thomas Cohen. 


Thomas Cohen also brought his two sons with him, who are Fifi's only nephews.



Jasper Conron, who is Fifi's Godfather, designed the bride a beautiful white lace dress, equipped with a full length veil.


Jasper had previously  designed Paula Yates' famous red wedding dress, from her marriage to Bob Geldof in 1986. 


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Fifi's marriage comes just one year after her father wed his actress girlfriend of 18 years, Jeanne Marine.


We wish the newlyweds a lifetime of happiness! 


SHARE to wish the bride and groom best wishes! 



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