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Queen Maxima cancels public visits, Baltic tour after death of sister

Queen Maxima cancels public visits, Baltic tour after death of sister

She and the queen had a close relationship as Zorreguieta was a bridesmaid for her wedding to Willem-Alexander in 2002.

Maxima, 47, who's originally from Argentina, was quoted in a statement by the royal household as "very shocked and sad".

Zorreguieta was a psychologist who worked for an office on social policies at the president's office.

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As a result of Inés Zorreguieta's sudden death, Queen Maxima has canceled her upcoming events.

Inés Zorreguieta, 33, was found at her home in Argentina after a battle with depression and mental health issues, according to the BBC. She was godmother to the royal couple's youngest daughter, Princess Ariane, 11.

"With our hearts and our thoughts we are with the queen and her family. And I trust that they will get the peace and space for that".

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Dutch state-run news agency RVD said the queen was "very shocked and very upset by the news".

Inés and Maxima's father, Jorge Zorreguieta, died a year ago.

His past caused some controversy in the Netherlands, and prompted a debate in the Dutch parliament ahead of his daughter's marriage to the crown prince. In 2010, while she attended the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aires, Zorreguieta wrote a thesis centered on suicide in order to receive her psychology degree.

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