The 25-year-old daughter of musician Bob Geldof left no will, so her fortune was split between her creditors, her husband and two sons.

The TV presenter's estate amounted to around $1.4 million (£884,274), but it was halved to around $631,408 (£394,630) after her debts were settled, according to Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper.

Her musician husband Thomas Cohen will receive $555,704 (£347,315), and the remaining $155,704 (£97,315) will be split equally between the couple's two young sons, Astala and Phaedra.

Peaches was found dead at her home at Kent, England in April last year (14) following a drug overdose, and in a recent radio interview, the star's father Bob admitted he was worried about his daughter prior to her death.

"Part of me kind of half-expected (it with) Peaches, to be honest with you," he told Ireland's RTE Radio 1. "The way she was carrying on, there's nothing you can do about it."

British police officers closed their investigation into Peaches' death in July (15) after they were unable to find the drug dealer who supplied the heroin which killed her.

Peaches' mother, TV presenter Paula Yates, also died from a heroin overdose in 2000.