Toddler gives sister kiss in adorable last video before being dumped in sea

A HEARTBREAKING video of two young sisters kissing and hugging has emerged days after they were kidnapped and 'killed' by their father.

The 30-second clip shows six-year-old Olivia Gimeno kissing her younger sister Anna, one, on the cheek and teaching her to do the same back.


In the footage, Olivia asks Anna for a "besito" – "little kiss" in English – and smiles when her baby sister begins fondling with her cheek instead.

The Spanish youngster then kisses Anna again and lays her head on her baby sister's shoulder.

This comes as Spanish police confirmed finding Olivia's body in a bag 3,000 feet under the ocean off Tenerife.

Coroners identified Olivia's body on Friday after carrying out tests on an anonymous body found in a bag floating in the ocean.

Cops say the missing six-year-old Olivia's body was weighed down with an anchor.

Authorities are still searching for Anna after a second empty sports bag was found nearby.

Upon finding the body on Thursday, a police spokesman said: "The body was found by a robot from the search vessel Angeles Alvarino at midday [Thursday] around 1,000 metres below the water some three miles off the Tenerife coast.

“It was inside a sports bag attached to an anchor. Next to it was another empty sports bag.

“The body was taken to dry land for an autopsy. The vessel called Angeles Alvarino is continuing its search.”

There are fears Olivia's one-year-old sister, Anna, may never be found after another holdall found nearby – suspected to contain her body – was empty.

The girls' mother, Beatriz Zimmerman, has been informed of the discovery.

TRAGIC DISCOVERY

This all comes hours after a Spanish rescue ship found an oxygen cylinder,a duvet cover, and a baby car seat belonging to Anna floating in the sea.

Authorities now suspect Tomas Antonio Gimeno, 37, was helped by at least one other person in carrying out what they're deeming a premeditated kidnapping.

Last night, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez reacted to the tragic news, tweeting: "I cannot begin to imagine the pain of the mother of little Anna and Olivia, who disappeared in Tenerife, following the terrible news we have just heard.




“I send a hug and my love and that of my whole family, who today show solidarity with Beatriz and her loved ones.”

Jose Manuel Bermudez, the mayor of Tenerife capital Santa Cruz, announced a minute’s silence for Anna and Olivia would be held at midday tomorrow.

He said: “There are no words to express the terrible desolation I feel.

“From respect at the mother’s pain and with all the caution the terrible news that is reaching us deserves, I want to express to the family all the solidarity of the citizens of Santa Cruz.”

The Canary Islands’ president Angel Victor Torres tweeted: “Weeks hoping to receive hopeful news and today we receive the worst possible, one that freezes our soul, about the little girls from Tenerife, Anna and Olivia.

“Our condolences, encouragement and strength for their mum Beatriz, her family and friends. Canary Islands devastated.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner Georgina Rodriguez was among those who shared a video of Olivia and Anna released by their mum as part of a huge social media campaign urging the public for help in finding them.

In an emotional post to her 24 million Instagram followers shortly after the mystery disappearance, Georgina said: “I want to use my reach on this great social network to make sure this reaches as many people as possible.

“These are two sisters who are being searched for in Spain and abroad. They are called Olivia and Anna and are aged six and one.

“Their mum is seeking maximum publicity for this video to try to find them as soon as possible and bring them home.


“I hope with all my heart that the girls are found safe and well and can hug their mum again soon.”

Tomas disappeared with the girls on April 27 after failing to return them to their home in the Tenerife capital Santa Cruz.

Local reports claim he picked the girls up at 5pm and that he collected Anna before Olivia, who was attending an after-school German class.

He then took them to his home in Igueste de Candelaria but when the mother arrived later that evening to pick them up again, nobody answered the door.

The pair exchanged number of phone calls throughout the night, including one in which he said Beatriz would never see the children again.

At around 7.30pm, he was seen at the local marina without the children, having loaded suitcases and bags onto his boat.

It's understood Tomas made three trips from his parked white Audi A3 to thevessel and was stopped at one point by a Civil Guard patrol for breaching Covid curfew.

The boat was found empty the next anchored off Puertito de Güímar.

Local authorities said from the start all theories were being explored, including the possibility the girls were dead, although their loved ones said they were clinging to the hope they were still alive and a reunion with their mum could still take place.

Beatriz said after the diving bottle was found on Monday she thought it was part of an attempt by her estranged partner to disguise his flight with the girls.

South America was highlighted as a place Gimeno could have taken them soon after he vanished with the youngsters.


Police had been using a boat lent to them by the Spanish Institute of Oceanography to search for clues in the spot where Gimeno’s mobile signal was last detected.

Gimeno had never accepted Beatriz's relationship with a new Belgian partner following their split. 

A spokesman for the Civil Guard said: “This afternoon the boat belonging to the Spanish Oceanographic Institute, Angeles Alabrino, which was in Tenerife combing the sea bed following the disappearance on April 27 of Tomas Gimeno with his daughters Anna and Olivia, found human remains.

“Those remains correspond with the body of a minor and were discovered in the search area that had been determined by investigators.

“The remains have been taken to the Forensic Medicine Institute in Santa Cruz where they will be analysed for the purposes of identification.”


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