This time, Saoirse Kennedy Hill’s death is a new calamity of the Kennedys. This death, the cause of which is still unclear, appends to a litany of tragedies that have occurred the Kennedy family.
Saoirse Kennedy Hill, 22, a granddaughter of John F. Kennedy, died on Thursday and her body was found at Kennedy’s compound in Hyannis Port, Mass.
The Kennedy family announced in a statement “Our hearts are shattered by the loss of our beloved Saoirse, her life was filled with hope, promise, and love.” With all this love, promise, and hope, it was rumored that her death was due to overdose while autopsy report for Saoirse Kennedy hill shows ‘no trauma’.
The definite cause of death for Saoirse Kennedy Hill has not been discovered yet; according to the Boston Herald, pending the result of toxicology.
Maria Shriver, who is a niece of Robert, John, and Ted Kennedy shared an Instagram post just after Saoirse Kennedy Hill’s death due to a suspected overdose. In this post, Shriver described Saoirse as a ” brave young woman ” and tried to choose words that invite people to be kind and sympathetic to each other.
” A brave young woman left a gaping hole in the lives of all those who loved her dearly, may God bless her, may God hold her parents during this unbearable hour and give them the strength to make it thru. Amen ” she posted on Instagram. Also, Maria Shriver continued her words in the caption and she reminded her followers that nearly everyone was struggling in some capacity, so she motivates people to embrace their loved ones and to love them as long as time remains.
She perhaps believes her cousin deserved more sympathy and affection and may she thinks that if Saoirse had found the loving-kindness she deserved, the story would be ended in otherwise.
Not only on Instagram but Shriver also echoed her feelings about this unfortunate incident on twitter.
Depression was the Saoirse Kennedy Hill’s unwanted comrade and she wrote honestly about her struggle with mental illness Patrick J ss in an essay for the student newspaper at the Massachusetts prep school. Accordingly, after her death, public attention was focused on mental illnesses.