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March 25, 2013 12:34 pm

Peaches Geldof Gets into Passover Spirit Together With Pet Dog

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Peaches Geldof and family. Photo: Instagram.

Peaches Geldof, daughter of Bob, has been getting into the Passover spirit if her Instagram feed is anything to go by. The British journalist and model is married to Jewish musician Thomas Cohen, and the two spent Sunday with their son and other family celebrating with an early Passover seder.  It was unclear whether Peaches would embrace her husband’s religion when they married last year, but it appears she has, even including the dog in the festivities.

Peaches Geldof's husband gets into the act. Photo: Instagram.

Peaches Geldof and son. Photo: Instagram

Peaches Geldof's dog celebrates Passover. Photo: Instagram.

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  • Steve Bronfman

    Lynn,

    Bob Geldof’s grandfather was a Belgian Jew. As far as I know his other three grand-parents were Irish-Catholics but interestingly new research has linked Irish “Cowans” with the Jewish “Cohen-gene”.

  • Hanna

    “L’shana Tova” means Happy New Year and is used on Rosh Hashana. Happy Passover is “Hag Sameach (sa-may-akh).” I wish everyone a joyous holiday 🙂

  • Lynne T

    this is not my area of expertise, but “Geldof” doesn’t strike me as a name with Celtic origins. Noting that there was a wave of immigration from eastern Europe in the early 1800s to the British Isles, including Ireland, is there any possibility that Sir Bob’s family were converts? (I have a girlfriend whose family originated in the Pale of Settlements, later to become Catholic and disavowed Jewish origins until quite recently, despite celebrating a connection to Jacques Offenbach and suspect that assimilation was far from unusual.)

  • Bruce Mark Weiss

    I love it I am a dog lover and jewish and the sckull cap on the dog is great.Happy Passover Lashna Tova !!!!!!!!!

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