It's been nearly two years since Peaches Geldof died, and it looks like her widower Thomas Cohen is allowing himself to move on. The musician has been pictured kissing model Daisy Lowe, with whom he has been recently linked to.
Thomas, 25, and Daisy, 26, were spotted sharing a kiss as they walked Daisy's dog in north London. The couple didn't hide their affection as they strolled hand-in-hand and looked perfectly at ease with one another.
The photos surfaced on Wednesday and seemed to confirm that Daisy, who was close to Peaches, and Thomas are more than just friends.
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Thomas Cohen and Daisy Lowe have been "growing closer than ever"
For weeks reports have claimed that the pair are "growing closer than ever", especially after Daisy and Thomas holidayed in Miami over the New Year. The sweethearts were pictured letting their hair down and partying Stateside, with fellow celebrities Rita Ora, Nick Grimshaw, Alexa Chung and Peaches' sister Pixie.
Peaches passed away in April 2014 at the age of 25. She was survived by her husband Thomas and the couple's sons Astala, three, and two-year-old Phaedra.
"I think about her a lot, she's very missed," Daisy said of her late friend Peaches Geldof
"The past two years have been incredibly difficult for Tom," a source told the Daily Mirror. "He is still so young, yet he has been bringing up two children on his own.
"He has known Daisy for years, but they are a lot closer since the holiday in Miami. It's been great for Thomas' friends to see him looking happy again."
Last year Daisy, the daughter of Pearl Lowe and rocker Gavin Rossdale, opened up about her friend's death.
The pair were friends for more than a decade
Daisy and Peaches often hit the party circuit together, sitting front row at Fashion Week and attending the same events. They were friends for more than ten years and when Peaches passed away, Daisy tweeted an image of a broken heart.
"I think about her a lot," Daisy told InStyle magazine. "She's very missed. Very loved. And I hope that she's happy… happy up there. It's funny, I end up kind of talking to her a bit. I still think I see her, or songs will come on and I will go, 'I swear that you just put that on'."