The cause of death of S Club 7's Paul Cattermole has been revealed after he was found dead at his home in Dorset.
The singer passed away on 6 April at the age of 46, less than two months after the iconic British pop group announced their reunion.
The news of Cattermole's death was shared in a joint statement from his family and members of S Club at the time, saying: "It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our beloved son and brother Paul Cattermole."
"Paul was found yesterday, 6th April 2023 at his home in Dorset and was pronounced dead later that afternoon," the statement continued.
The group said the cause of death wasn't immediately clear, but that Dorset Police had confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances.
Dorset Coroner’s Service launched an investigation into Cattermole's death and has now reached a conclusion on the cause of death.
A spokesperson for Dorset Coroner’s Service said: “I can confirm that Mr Cattermole died from natural causes and our investigations have concluded.”
A post on S Club's social media pages said the group was 'truly devastated' by Cattermole's passing, adding: "There are no words to describe the deep sadness and loss we all feel. We were so lucky to have had him in our lives and are thankful for the amazing memories we have.
"He will be so deeply missed by each and every one of us. We ask that you respect the privacy of his family and of the band at this time."
Cattermole's death came after the group announced in February they'd be reuniting for a 25th-anniversary tour later this year.
On Sunday (14 May), they shared an update to say the tour will go ahead in spite of their bandmate's death.
Singer Rachel Stevens said: “He’s always going to be with us. We’re just going to keep his memory alive and share it with you.”
Cattermole was one of the original members of S Club 7 alongside Stevens, Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee and Tina Barrett.
Tributes flooded in for the singer in the wake of his death, with one fan crediting him with helping 'define an era'.
"No matter where you are, just remember that everybody wants ya, and everybody sees ya. Rest easy, and get the S Club party started by the time we all join you," they wrote.