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Fifi Geldof shows she is the spit of her tragic late mother as she uploaded a new Instagram photo.

The 38-year-old looks the image of Paula Yates as she posted a rare selfie on social media.

She shared the shot with her 23,000 followers, sporting a wild new head of pink hair.

Fifi captioned the snap: "Mink pink and 40s pin up curls!" before thanking those behind her look.

She looked fantastic with her short curly style as she wore a red polka dot dress and a warm black jumper perfect for a chilly summer week.

It's a real transformation for her – the make-up artist was seen with a short bleached blonde hairstyle as she enjoyed drinks with friends last year.

She captioned the shot: "Mink pink and 40s pin up curls!"
(Image: fifigeldof/Instagram)

Fifi certainly looks just like her late mum in the photo, and her fans were quick to notice.

Paula tragically died of a drug overdose in 2000, aged 41.

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The family suffered further devastation in 2014 when Fifi's younger sister Peaches died of a heroin overdose, leaving behind sons Astala, now four, and Phaedra, five.

She was found by her husband Thomas Cohen slumped "on the edge of her bed" at their home in Kent.

But Fifi bravely ploughed on with he wedding two years later.

She looks just like her model mum Paula
(Image: Hulton Archive)

Sir Bob Geldof’s daughter married sand sculptor Andrew Robertson at same church where mother and sister are buried.

She wore a traditional lace veil on top, and looked every inch the blushing bride.

The bereaved family enjoyed Fifi’s happy day at the church together, a place which means a lot to them all.

Paula had overdose on heroin, with the coroner ruling that the cause of death was "foolish and incautious" behaviour.

Fifi married sand sculptor Andrew Robertson five years ago

As she was not an addict, Paula had low levels of intolerance to the drug.

After the inquest Paula's solicitor Anthony Burton read a statement on behalf of her friends.

It read: "An inquest tells you how someone died, not how they lived. It gives no clue to the fullness and joy of Paula's life.

"Her friends will always remember her as loving, affectionate and witty."

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