Seemingly everyone was waiting for her to tweet her condolences. Here's what she's written in her column for The Sun instead:

"Peaches and I met once on a TV sofa in central London. We were strangers and remained adversaries. Peaches didn't want a tweet from me... She didn't welcome it in life. She certainly didn't need it in death. She was tough enough not to seek approval from anyone. I admire that trait in others."

Hopkins then called for people to let Peaches' family grieve in peace, before ridiculing celebrities such as Gok Wan and Myleene Klass who had gone to the bother of tweeting their condolences. They were "rushing to out do each other in public displays of distress" and she "refused to be part of this revolting spectacle."

For those of you looking forward to Katie's appearance on Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice this week, you'll be left bitterly disappointed given she's been bumped in light of recent events.

Katie did go to the bother of retweeting posts such as

Peaches Geldof's 11-month-old was found by her side
Peaches Geldof's nanny pays tribute to her 'beautiful girl'
Peaches Geldof: 'police find no drugs, suicide note, or visible signs of injury'