Family pays tribute to GP found dead after suffering from severe post-natal depression
The family of the GP who was found dead on grassland after disappearing two weeks ago suffering from severe post-natal depression have paid their tributes.
Dr Elizabeth Kinston, from Beeston, Nottinghamshire, had not been seen since November 1. Police discovered Dr Kinston’s body in the Dunkirk area of Nottingham on Thursday last week.
She had worked at a surgery in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, and had been on maternity leave since Elise was born in January. Dr Eaton had been receiving medical help for anxiety and problems in sleeping.
Soon after Dr Kinston’s disappearance police had found her car with her purse and mobile phone inside.
A family statement about Dr Kinston said: ‘We love her so much and are incredibly proud of everything she has achieved during her wonderful life. An amazing mum, daughter, sister, wife and friend.’
She leaves a husband David, a ten month-old daughter, Elise, and another daughter, Sophia, aged 3.