Fifi Geldof looks unrecognisable with new short bleached blonde hair

Fifi Geldof has matured into the spitting image of her late mother Paula Yates with short new bleached blonde hairstyle as she enjoys night out with friends

By Rebecca Davison for MailOnline

Published: 11:47 BST, 16 September 2020 | Updated: 14:42 BST, 16 September 2020

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Fifi Geldof looked just like her late mother, Paula Yates, when she was pictured on a night out with a new short bleached blonde hairstyle. 

The make-up artist, 37, appeared to be having a fun night out with friends at a pub and pizza restaurant, after ditching her long brunette hair. 

She wore a long floral dress which tied at the waist and showed off a series of inkings on her arm, including a tulip and a feather design. 

All change: Fifi Geldof looks unrecognisable, (left) with a new short bleached blonde hairstyle as she enjoyed a night out at the pub with friends recently

Style icon: Paula (pictured back in 1991) sadly died of a heroin overdose aged 41, in 2000

All change: Fifi Geldof looked just like her late mother Paula Yates when she showed off her new blonde hairstyle on a recent night out 

Standing out: She looked striking in a long floral maxi dress which had a split at the front

Standing out: She looked striking in a long floral maxi dress which had a split at the front

She wore pink Gucci wedge heels and carried a black YSL bag on her shoulder as she walked outside.  

Fifi, who uses the surname Robertson-Geldof on her private social media account, was last pictured at her half-sister Tiger Lily's graduation in July 2019 alongside Pixie.

She was sporting a blonde short do back then, but styled in a different way. 

Tiger Lily, 24, was adopted by Live Aid founder Bob Geldof, 68, after his ex-wife Paula died of a heroin overdose aged 41, in 2000 when Tiger Lily was four years old. 

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