Amy Winehouse Inquest "Opened & Adjourned"
There's "no suspicious circumstances" surrounding her death...
An inquest [uuid=13c3d8fc-c166-4fa5-b935-4bb0e8d87186]Amy Winehouse has been opened and adjourned until 26th October, with a post-mortem expected to be carried out today, according to BBC News.
At the moment, no cause of death has been found, but Sky News has reported her parents Mitch and Janis - "formally identified" her body this morning and that there "no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Amy Winehouse."
A spokesperson for the family also told BBC News that they are hoping to hold the Back To Black singer's funeral as soon as possible, but the post-mortem and police investigation have "made it impossible" to set a date.
Earlier today, her father Mitch also paid a visit to the 27-year old's Camden home, where hundreds of fans have laid tributes and flowers for the late star.
Mr. Winehouse went on to thank Amy's fans for their support, stating that the loss of his daughter has left him "speechless."
He stated: "I can't tell you what this means to us. It really is making this a lot easier. Amy was about one thing and that was love. Her whole life was devoted to her family and her friends and to you guys as well. We're devastated and I'm speechless but thanks for coming."
The Tears Dry On Their Own star's mum and brother, Alex, also visited the site at Camden Square, with the family admitting in an earlier statement that they have been left "bereft" by her tragic death.