Peaches Geldof has confessed to having an unlikely crush on Labour Party leader Ed Miliband.
Asked to name her favourite thing about Britain she said: "Ed Miliband, he's fit."
She told Company Magazine: "In fact, both Miliband brothers, and David Cameron for that matter, are quite fit. British politics has a suave thing going on."
Peaches, the daughter of Bob Geldof and the late Paula Yates, divorced rock musician Max Drummey in 2009 after a six-month marriage.
They married in secret in a drive-in ceremony in Las Vegas after a 10-day romance.
Despite her showbusiness roots and career as a model and television presenter, Peaches said "showbiz parties always feel so hollow and fake".
She told the magazine: "I prefer real situations with my real friends. We go to a little dive bar in Dalston run by Turkish men drinking White Lightning cider while they Skype their families back home. I love weird, out-of-context bars rather than swanky places."
:: The full interview appears in the March issue of Company magazine, on sale February 12.