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Peaches Geldof 'not divorcing'

Peaches Geldof and Max Drummey
Peaches Geldof and Max Drummey got married in Las Vegas in August

Peaches Geldof has denied wanting to divorce singer Max Drummey just three months after they got married, but has admitted they are having problems.

The News of the World reported that she told friends the marriage was over and was starting divorce proceedings.

But her spokesman said: "Like most couples, Peaches and Max have their ups and downs, and things might be said in the heat of the moment.

"But they are still together and they are not divorcing."

Peaches, 19, the daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates, is a TV presenter and DJ.

Drummey is the frontman of indie band Chester French and a Harvard anthropology graduate.

When they got married in Las Vegas in August, a statement said the marriage had the "full support of their family".

Bob Geldof was told of the wedding shortly before it took place and gave the union his blessing despite not being able to walk his daughter down the aisle, it added.

Chester French's new single She Loves Everybody is released in the US on Tuesday.

They recently postponed US and UK tour dates because Drummey was suffering unspecified "personal health issues".

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