TV Star, Tragic Socialite Tara Palmer-Tomkinson Said Didn’t Fear Death Before Dying
Tragic socialite and TV star Tara Palmer-Tomkinson said weeks ago she did not fear dying. Last Wednesday she was found dead at home after battling a brain tumor.
The 45-year-old battled drug addiction for years. She didn’t marry and didn’t had children. During her final months she use to quote her favorite poem Ode To Pysche, said a source.
In her final interview earlier she said her biggest regret was trusting people easily in the 90s when she started getting fame and spotlight brought her some of the happiest moments in her life.
Tara added the lifelong highlight for her was when she won Comic Relief Does Fame Academy some ten years ago and she was too overwhelmed with so many votes.
Sources claim Tara returned back to drugs weeks before her death and she was also seen with a man who was believed to be her dealer.
She insisted saying, “People still think I’m a party-crazy it Girl, but I’m 45 now and I live a much quieter life… And they think I live off a trust fund but I’ve always earned my own money.”
Her family said Tara passed away peacefully in her sleep.
The former I’m A Celebrity contestant had a warm personality and her mum was credited for it.
She once said, “My mother Patty had taught me so much, from how to play piano to how to be kind She’s so cool.