BUENOS AIRES - The Dutch royal family arrived in Buenos Aires on Friday for the funeral of Queen Maxima's sister Ines Zorreguieta, who was found dead in Argentina earlier that week.
The queen, an Argentine, landed on a Dutch KLM flight accompanied by her husband King Willem-Alexander and their three daughters.
A private funeral was being held at a cemetery on the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires.
Zorreguieta, 33, who reportedly had been battling depression and mental issues, was found dead by a friend in her apartment in the Almagro district of Buenos Aires.
Police said the autopsy report would be available in a week but did not suspect foul play.
Zorreguieta's lifeless body was found at around 0300 GMT (11 a.m., Philippines) on Thursday at her apartment in the western Almagro district of the Argentinian capital, the Spanish-speaking daily Clarin reported.
She was admitted to a psychiatric clinic in Buenos Aires in 2012, believed to have been suffering from anorexia and paranoia, the NOS added.
Maxima maintained a close relationship with her sister, 13 years her junior. Ines was the maid of honor at Maxima's wedding, as well as a godmother to her youngest daughter, Princess Ariane.
Maxima has two brothers, Martin and Juan, as well as three stepsisters from the first marriage of her father, Jorge Zorreguieta, who was secretary of agriculture in Argentina's dictatorship. He died last year at aged 89.
A group in the Philippines is dedicated to addressing those who have suicidal tendencies.
The crisis hotlines of the Natasha Goulbourn Foundation aim to make these individuals feel that someone is ready to listen to them.
These are their hotline numbers:
Information and Crisis Intervention Center
(02) 804-HOPE (4673)
0917-558-HOPE (4673) or (632) 211-4550
0917-852-HOPE (4673) or (632) 964-6876
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