The tv show host Tara Palmer-Tomkinson died at the age of 45. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Famous as a socialite, television host, and writer, she co-hosted Animals Do the Funniest Things and wrote several novels, as well as a humorous work titled The Naughty Girl’s Guide To Life. She also penned a Sunday Times column and contributed to several other newspapers and magazines.
The daughter of Patricia Dawson Palmer-Tomkinson and Olympic skier Charles Palmer-Tomkinson, she grew up in Hampshire and Dorset, England.
When did Tara Palmer-Tomkinson die?
She died on February 8, 2017.
What was the cause of death?
Palmer-Tomkinson was discovered deceased at her home in London. Her sister later told the media that the cause of death was a perforated ulcer and peritonitis.
The private ceremony took place in Hampshire three weeks after she died. Among those to pay their respects were family, friends, and former partners. Her ex Duncan James, from boy band Blue, and Nick Rhodes, from the band Duran Duran, attended the funeral.