The British socialite, who passed away in April (14), opened up about her fears in a candid interview with The Spectator magazine shortly before her death.
The 25-year-old daughter of Live Aid legend Bob Geldof lost her Tv presenter mother in 2000 following a heroin overdose, and officials later confirmed the young star also passed away after taking the drug.
In the chat, one of her final interviews before her passing, Geldof voiced her belief that her peers and the public thought she would follow in her mother's footsteps, and she found the prospect "frightening".
She said, "I'm young, but people all know the same information about me. That's the worst thing, the preconceptions... I'm going to die like my mother, she's going to end up like her mother. The worst thing is shaking someone's hand and realising full well they have a completely preconceived notion of who you are. They know your whole life! And you know nothing about them. It's an imbalance that's frightening."