Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Dutch queen's sister dies in Argentina

Dutch queen's sister dies in Argentina

Tributes were paid to her on an Instagram video her brother Martin posted previous year of his "very attractive and talented little sister" singing and playing the guitar.

Maxima was born and raised in Argentina until she met her now-husband 1999 and moved to the Netherlands.

The Dutch government has confirmed that Queen Maxima's younger sister, Ines Zorreguieta, 33, was found dead yesterday in Buenos Aires.

Understandably, the Queen is shocked and very upset. A Dutch official told NOS TV it appeared that Zorreguieta killed herself.

Zorreguieta was the godmother of the royal couple's youngest daughter Princess Ariane and was a maid of honour at the queen's wedding with Dutch King Willem-Alexander in 2002.

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Inés Zorreguieta was found dead at her home in Buenos Aires and, according to the RVD, she may have committed suicide. Zorreguieta reportedly suffered from depression and was seeking psychological help. "It is intensely sad and heartbreaking news that can hardly be comprehended for those who stay behind", Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said.

'I wish them all the strength they need to cope with this disgusting loss.

She became involved in coordinating the social policy of the Argentine president Macri, but lacked the right training and work experience. She has since canceled her forthcoming engagements including a state visit to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania next week.

Between 2009 and 2011 she worked at the United Nations headquarters of Panama but returned to Argentina in 2012 after a breakup.

Her father, Jorge Horacio Zorreguieta, who served as agriculture minister during Argentina's brutal military dictatorship, died a year ago in Buenos Aires aged 89.

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