She's the Australian counterpart of one of Britain's most famous families.
And while the early years of her life played out in the spotlight, these days Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof reportedly lives a quiet life with her muso boyfriend Nicholas Allbrook in the Perth city of Fremantle.
Tiger Lily's mother Paula Yates famously left her husband and Boomtown Rats star Sir Bob Geldof in 1995 after falling in love with INXS frontman Michael Hutchence.
Paula already shared three young daughters with Bob - Fifi, Peaches and Pixie.
She welcomed her fourth daughter and first child with Michael in 1996.
But at just 16 months old, Tiger Lily's father Michael Hutchence passed away from a suspected suicide in November 1997.
Tragically, just a few years later in September 2000, Tiger Lily's mother Paula was found dead at her London home from an accidental heroin overdose.
Despite being the child of his ex-wife and her new lover, Sir Bob Geldof became the legal guardian for the orphan before officially adopting her in 2007.
"We are delighted. We feel she should be with her sisters. Bob is very pleased. He feels it is the best possible outcome. We are thrilled because it is the best thing for Tiger. This little girl has never been happier. She has got her sisters and has wonderful extended family connections," Tiger Lily's grandfather and Michael Hutchence's dad Kelland said at the time.
"Pixie, in particular, is a great pal of Tiger. They are inseparable. Tiger is happy and safe with Bob's fatherly role making sure the family unit is intact," he added.
However, the four Geldof girls would go on to forge very different paths in life.
Keep scrolling to look back at Tiger Lily's upbringing and to meet her three half-siblings, Fifi, 37, Pixie, 29, and the late Peaches Geldof, who was just 25 years old when she passed away from a heroin overdose in 2014
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