The investigation into Archie Lyndhurst’s death has been closed with ‘no inquest required’ following the 19-year-old’s death.
Archie, who was the son of Only Fools and Horses star Nicholas Lyndhurst and his wife Lucy, was found dead at home on September 22 last year.
West London Coroners revealed that no inquest would take place, telling The Mirror: ‘The Coroner’s investigation into Archie’s death has been discontinued and no inquest will be required.’
The CBBC star’s death came after ‘a short illness’ and was not treated as suspicious.
The So Awkward actor was laid to rest in November, with his mother telling his fans: ‘The pain of our loss is beyond anything we have ever felt before, and wouldn’t wish upon anyone.
‘Archie was and remains our absolute world. He was the most beautiful extraordinary human being we have ever known. To have him as our son has been nothing but an utter joy and honour.
‘Tonight at 6pm Nick and I shall be with him in a tiny chapel to send him on the first part of his next journey. If you get a moment maybe you’d like to light a candle or take a minute just to remember him.
‘We’ve never known anyone live like Archie. He cherished and absorbed every moment he had. Until we meet again our darling magical boy.
‘We will love you forever and ever and will be forever grateful for choosing us to be your parents. We were beyond lucky. Thank you for every smile, hug, laugh, conversation we loved them all.
‘Your kindness and generosity knew no bounds. You were the best teacher we ever had. We miss you every minute of everyday. As you would say my darling. “In a bizzle”. “ Love You.’
Tributes had also flooded in from friends and co-workers of the much-loved TV star.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to reps for the family for comment.
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