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Shane Warne's body returning to Australia on private jet today

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The body of cricket legend Shane Warne will land in Australia later today, almost a week after his shock death in Thailand.

After some delays, the body of the 52-year-old will be flown back to Melbourne in a private jet, landing at Tullamarine Airport after a nine-hour flight.

Following an autopsy earlier this week, Thai authorities confirmed Warne had died of natural causes, following a suspected heart attack at a holiday villa on the island of Koh Samui last Friday.

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A state funeral will be held to farewell the sporting great at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 30.

It is likely to be held at twilight to allow more people to attend.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed that as many people as possible would be allowed to attend.

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"There will be no limits on crowds and that sort of stuff," he said.

"It will be a very big event, it will be a celebration of his life as it should be."

It s expected several of Warne's celebrity mates will be in attendance, including Coldplay's Chris Martin and singer Ed Sheeran.

A private ceremony involving family and loved ones could take place as early as next week.



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