Beaming with joy as she shares a loving embrace with her smitten boyfriend, Tiger Lily Hutchence shows no hint of the tragedy that has blighted her life.
The 23-year-old daughter of Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates was pictured enjoying a day out on the beach in Fremantle, Western Australia, strolling along its golden sands before joining her partner Nick Allbrook in the sea.
After they frolicked in the ocean, he planted a kiss on her lips, and they cycled away on matching bikes.
In love: Tiger Lily Hutchence is all loved up with Pond frontman and the Australian musician Nick Allbrook at the beach in Western Australia
Tiger Lily has been dating the 32-year-old singer with Australian psychedelic rock band Pond for two years, enjoying a happiness that contrasts starkly with the woe of her past.
In 1997, when Tiger Lily was 16 months old, her father, lead singer of INXS, killed himself in a Sydney hotel room.
Less than three years later, Ms Yates was found dead at her home in West London.
Tiger Lily was raised by her mother’s ex-husband, Sir Bob Geldof, along with her three older sisters, Fifi-Trixibelle, Peaches and Pixie.
But in 2014, Peaches died of a heroin overdose.
It was recently revealed that Tiger Lily received just £500 from Hutchence’s reported £16 million estate following his death, and had been forced to live in a squat, according to the Mirror.
The 22-year-old allegedly spoke to documentary maker Richard Lowenstein about her difficulties, saying she felt ‘ignored’ by her late father’s estate. They met had to discuss a new film about the singer’s life.
Bikini body: Tiger Lily Hutchence showed off her perfect curves on the beach in Fremantle, Western Australia
Happy together: The couple enjoy a bike ride after having fun frolicking in the ocean
Speaking to WHO Magazine earlier this year, Lowenstein claimed Tiger Lily told him: ‘I don’t know if it’s going to help because no-one acknowledges who I am or my part in the music or the legacy at all.
‘I’ve just been ignored by Michael’s estate and anyone else involved with his music.’
Her mother Paula Yates left Tiger Lily £14,000 in her will.
But her friends insist she is determined to make the most of life.
‘She likes the simple things,’ one friend told The Mail on Sunday.
‘She is incredibly popular and despite everything is incredibly well-adjusted and really happy.’
Tiger Lily’s parents Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates pictured at Planet Hollywood in London, in 1996. Michael, the lead singer of INXS, killed himself in a Sydney hotel room. Less than three years later, Ms Yates was found dead at her home in West London
INXS (pronounced ‘in excess’) were an Australian rock band formed in Sydney in 1977, who achieved international success in the mid-1980s and early 1990s