Amy Winehouse's parents Mitch and Janis are expected to attend an inquest into the singer's death today.
According to The Sun, a coroner will hear that the Back To Black hitmaker was killed by alcohol and not drugs at the inquest, held at St Pancras Coroner's Court in central London.
Winehouse's family previously stated that toxicology results showed presence of alcohol in her body when she passed away, but no presence of drugs or illegal substances.
The 27-year old was found dead at her home in Camden, North London in July, with her father Mitch claiming her death came as a surprise as she had made a "fantastic recovery" from her drug addiction and had been sober for three weeks.
A source close to Amy's family have since suggested her death could have been a result of sudden alcohol withdrawal, after the tragic start ignored doctor's advice to ditch the booze gradually.