Tiger Lily Hutchence Is The Spitting Image Of Dad Michael Hutchence!

12 June 2012

Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily was just over one year old when her dad, Michael Hutchence died suddenly in 1997 -- but now she is all grown up and the splitting image of him!

In a series of happy family snaps posted on half sister Peaches Geldof's Twitter.com account -- 15-year-old natural beauty Tiger Lily looks alarmingly like the INXS frontman.

Tiger has rarely been pictured after wisely being brought up out of the public eye by her adoptive father, Sir Bob Geldof.

However, Peaches, gave a glimpse of her younger sister in a series of cosy family pictures that she tweeted to her 132,960 followers at the weekend, writing: 'Tiger came over'.

And with her long dark hair, olive-colouring and chocolate brown eyes, Tiger Lily's resemblance to her late father is uncanny.

Fans took to the social network to comment on how much she has changed in the few years since she made her last public appearance.

Tiger has been in the care of Peaches father Sir Bob Geldof, after her mother Paula Yates died of an overdose in 2000. In 2007 Geldof became Tiger's adopted father -- changing her name to Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof.

According to sources, Tiger has a passion for the arts and drama -- just as her father and mother did.

Michael Hutchence And Paula Yates and Tiger Lily


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