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Shane Warne Death – Warne Body flown back to Australia: Australian cricket legend Shane Warne breathed his last week while on a vacation in Thailand. The body of late cricketer arrived at a Bangkok airport on Thursday. The body will be repatriated back to Australia where the cricket superstar will receive a state funeral at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Follow Shane Warne’s LAST JOURNEY LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN

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Shane Warne Death: Shane Warne's Body Arrives at Bangkok Airport; set to be flown back to Australia: Follow LIVE Updates
Shane Warne Death: Shane Warne’s Body Arrives at Bangkok Airport; set to be flown back to Australia: Follow LIVE Updates

Shane Warne Death: Shane Warne’s Body Arrives at Bangkok Airport; set to be flown back to Australia: Follow LIVE Updates

Shane Warne Death: A coffin wrapped in the Australian flag and containing the body of late Australian cricketer Shane Warne arrived at Don Mueang airport.

The 52-year-old, along with his remains will now be flown to Australia, where his family awaits.

The Warne family are expected to hold a private memorial service this week. This will be followed by a state funeral for the Australian cricket legend on March 30th.

In their first public comments since Shane Warne’s shocking death, his family have expressed their grief and shock at the news, while revealing that the 52-year-old did suffer from asthma and heart related difficulties.

“To find words to adequately express our sadness is an impossible task for us and looking to a future without Shane is inconceivable,” parents Keith and Brigitte Warne said in a statement.

“I miss you so much already. I wish I could’ve hugged you tighter in what I didn’t know were my final moments with you. I wish I could’ve told you that everything was going to be OK and hold your hand,” said daughter Summer Warne in a touching tribute.

Shane Warne Shocking death: Australian legend Shane Warne looked “relaxed”, walked back to his room hours before attack

Shane Warne Death: Shane Warne’s Body Arrives at Bangkok Airport; set to be flown back to Australia: Follow LIVE Updates

Warne was discovered unresponsive late on Friday at a luxury villa on Koh Samui where he was on holiday.

Autopsy results confirmed that the leg-spin bowler — one of the greatest Test cricketers of all time — died of natural causes after a suspected heart attack.

On Monday, police said an autopsy had found “the death was due to natural causes” ruling out any foul play.

Surachate Hakparn, assistant to the national police chief, added that Warne’s father said the player “had been suffering chest pains and was planning to return home for a check-up after this trip”.

Shane Warne Memorial Service: Warne’s body to repatriated from Thailand to Melbourne today, Memorial service at MCG on 30th March: Follow LIVE Updates

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison led tributes to one of the country’s “greatest characters”.

Over the weekend fans paid homage to Warne at his statue outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Warne is credited for reviving the art of leg-spin. Shane Warne was part of a dominant Australian Test team in the 1990s and 2000s. He also helped his country win the 1999 limited-overs World Cup.

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