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Heath Ledger to Be Buried in a Family Plot at Perth's Karrakatta Cemetery

February 5, 2008 (5:13 am) GMT
Heath Ledger's body reportedly will buried in a family plot with two of his grandparents at Perth's Karrakatta Cemetery.

Following a star studded memorial service on the lot of Sony studios in Los Angeles Saturday, February 2, 's remains were transported back to his hometown of Perth by his family. According to Australian newspaper reports, the late actor is expected to be buried in a family plot with two of his grandparents at Perth's Karrakatta Cemetery.

Heath's parents, Kim Ledger and Sally Ledger Bell, and his elder sister Kate Ledger arrived in Brisbane on Tuesday morning, February 5, local time after spending more than a week in Los Angeles attended memorial services for the late actor.

The family, reportedly consisted of 15 people, were expected to make their way to Perth where Heath's body is believed to be buried in a family plot next to two of his grandparents at Perth's Karrakatta Cemetery.

Details of funeral arrangements have not yet been made public, nor it is known if Heath's former fiancee and their daughter Matilda Rose Ledger will attend the Australian burial service. The mother-daughter didn't attend the Saturday's funeral.

Meanwhile, results of a toxicology test are due to be released by the New York Medical Examiner's Office this week following an earlier autopsy that proved inconclusive.

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