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Robert F. Kennedy's 22-Y-O granddaughter Saoirse dies of a suspected drug overdose at the family's six-acre Cape Cod compound

Robert F. Kennedy's 22-year-old granddaughter Saoirse dies of suspected overdose 

  • Saoirse Roisin Kennedy-Hill died aged 22 a suspected drug overdose at the Kennedy Compound on Cape Cod just after 2.30pm Thursday
  • 'Our hearts are shattered by the loss of our beloved Saoirse,' the Kennedy family said in a statement. 'Her life was filled with hope, promise and love' 
  • Paramedics arrived on the scene and found the patient in cardiac arrest 
  • Saoirse was transported to Cape Cod Hospital, where she was pronounced dead
  • Barnstable police are now investigating 
  • Saorsie is the daughter of Courtney Kennedy Hill and Paul Michael Hill and the granddaughter of the late Robert F Kennedy and his wife Ethel 
  • Ethel Kennedy lives at the home where the alleged overdose occurred 
  • Saoirse revealed her struggle with depression and mental illness in 2016 
  • The Kennedy Compound consists of multiple homes across six acres of waterfront property on Cape Code along Nantucket Sound in Hyannis Port
  • Saoirse Kennedy Hill (pictured) has been identified as the young woman who died of a possible drug overdose at the Kennedy Compound on Cape Cod. She was 22 years old

Saoirse Roisin Kennedy-Hill has been identified as the young woman who died of a possible drug overdose at the Kennedy Compound on Cape Cod. She was 22 years old.

'Our hearts are shattered by the loss of our beloved Saoirse,' the Kennedy family said in a statement. 'Her life was filled with hope, promise and love.'

The statement quoted Saoirse's grandmother, Ethel Kennedy, as saying: 'The world is a little less beautiful today.'

Paramedics responding to a call of a suspected overdose just after 2.30pm Thursday arrived at the scene and found the patient in cardiac arrest.  

Saoirse is seen on the family's boat in an Instagram photo posted by her uncle Robert F Kennedy Jr over the weekend
The Kennedy family is no stranger to tragedy, having lost several members under unusual circumstances over the years. In 1963, then-President John F Kennedy was assassinated. JFK's brother, presidential candidate and US Senator Robert F Kennedy was killed by an assassin five years later in 1968. The brothers are pictured together in 1963

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