The 26-year-old musician-and-model has tragically been touched by death on two occasions in her young life; when she was just 10 years old when her mother Paula Yates died from a heroin overdose in 2000 and two years ago her older sister Peaches Geldof died in the same way.
Despite the grief she has experienced, Pixie - whose father is Bob Geldof - doesn't fear death herself and just accepts it will come to her and whatever is next is the great unknown.
In an interview with Stylist magazine, she said: "I don't think I'm scared [of death]; I don't want to die. We don't know what happens so there's no point in being scared."
When asked if there's one thing she wants to know before she passes away, Pixie added: "It's a really hard question. Maybe there's nothing I want to know. Some things should remain a mystery."
The tragedy-hit singer - who has just released her debut album 'I'm Yours' - has spent time contemplating the meaning of life and believes the most important thing is to surround yourself with loving people.
Musing on the meaning of life, she said: "Having really good friends who share their lives with you."
Discussing what the hardest lesson she has learnt is, Pixie - who has a younger half-sister, 19-year-old Tiger Hutchence the daughter of late INXS frontman Michael Hutchence and Paula - said: "That things don't always go as planned and to roll with the punches."