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Annie Lennox's Daughter Rescued After Kayak Capsizes, Boyfriend's Body Found After Two-Day Search (UPDATED)

Neither one was wearing a life preserver when they went kayaking in the Hudson River.

UPDATE:  TMZ reports the body found in Hudson was confirmed to be Ian Jones

UPDATE: The New York Times reports that the search for Ian Jones has been suspended after a male body matching his description was found in the Hudson River on Monday afternoon.

An autopsy will be performed on Tuesday to determine the cause of death and to confirm  Jones' identity. 

PREVIOUSLY: Tali Lennox-Fruchtmann, the daughter of legendary singer Annie Lennox, was rescued on Saturday after her kayak capsized outside Poughkeepsie, New York. Meanwhile, authorities are still searching for her boyfriend, Ian Jones, officials told People magazine.

The 22-year-old model-turned-artist and her 32-year-old boyfriend were kayaking on the Hudson River when they capsized at about 9:30 a.m., Dutchess County Sheriff's Captain John Watterson told The Huffington Post.

Lennox-Fruchtmann was rescued by a boat that was passing by, but Jones was nowhere to be found, according to officials. Jones, who is a photographer, was not wearing a life preserver and officials believe alcohol may have played a role in the incident, TMZ reported.

The search continued until 10 p.m. Saturday as a helicopter scanned the area from above and searchers walked the shore, Watterson told HuffPost. Efforts resumed at 7:30 a.m. Sunday with a Marine patrol and a dive team scanning the river. 

Authorities say there is a real possibility Jones may have drowned, since neither he nor Lennox-Fruchtmann were wearing life preservers. Watterson maintained they are doing everything they can to find him. 

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