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Obituary: Tara Palmer-Tomkinson - Irish Times

As a schoolgirl, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson dreamed – so she would later tell an interviewer – of riding in the Grand National or becoming a concert pianist. Instead she became a 1990s version of the “It girl” (the original was the silent movie star Clara ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's triumphs and failures in long battle to beat addiction to cocaine and cigarettes -

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson battled with addiction over the years – and made several attempts to get clean. The socialite, who died yesterday aged 45 just months after being diagnosed with a brain tumour, was a regular face on the London party scene and was ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson 'loved coming here' to join Dublin scene - Irish Independent

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was the archetypal London "It girl" with an aristocratic "old money" background - and she was a regular visitor to these shores. She was a popular guest on the chat show circuit both here and in the UK, appearing on Tubridy ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson in 'grips of cocaine addiction' just months before she died - Irish Mirror

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was still in the grips of cocaine addiction just months before she died. A driver heard the tragic It girl ordering cocaine for her and a friend as she returned from an late-night event last year. A source told the Mirror: “She ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson died 'peacefully in her sleep' reveals family as they plan private funeral -

The former "it girl" and socialite was found dead, aged 45, at her London home on Wednesday, months after revealing she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour. A death notice on page 26 of the Daily Telegraph said: "Tara Clare died peacefully in her ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's final days: From enjoying family holiday to her death in London flat -

She'd lived a life full of secret good deeds, scandal and many highs and lows, including losing part of her nose to her cocaine addiction and being diagnosed with autism in 2014. But as mystery surrounds her death, TPT's many fans are still in shock as ...and more »

Duncan James says Tara Palmer-Tomkinson doesn't have to be frightened anymore - Irish Mirror

Duncan James has said his late friend Tara Palmer-Tomkinson is at peace now and safe from her "demons". The Blue singer - who was best pals with the socialite 'it girl' - has opened up about their friendship and the heartbreak over her tragic death ...and more »

How did Tara Palmer-Tomkinson die, who is her sister Santa Montefiore, when was her funeral and what is a ... - The Sun

Tara found fame after penning details of her extravagant party girl lifestyle in The Sunday Times and throughout the nineties also held regular columns in The Spectator, The Mail on Sunday, GQ and Tatler. Palmer-Tomkinson quickly became known as a ...and more »

Writer Rob McGibbon reflects on conducting Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's last interview: 'She had guts and character' - Press Gazette

Writer Rob McGibbon conducted the last interview with Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. Here, he gives an insight into that conversation… In all these years of interviewing celebrities (30), I have on occasion wondered what it would feel like to have conducted ...and more »

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson 'in a dark place' at the time of her death aged 45 - Irish Mirror

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was in a dark place when she died, a close friend of the socialite has said. The former It girl was found dead, aged 45 , at her London home just months after revealing she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour. Ivan Massow, the ...and more »