Tina Turner died from natural causes at home in Switzerland trends now
Tina Turner died from natural causes at her home in Switzerland, it's been confirmed.
The legendary singer passed away at the age of 83 in Küsnach near Zurich following a long, unspecified illness. She had previously battled intestinal cancer and suffered with high blood pressure for over four decades.
Her representatives confirmed to DailyMail.com that the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll died of natural causes. They announced the the sad news of her death on May 24, saying: 'With her the world loses a music legend and role model.'
Following her death, Turner's memoir resurfaced - where she admitted she once considered assisted suicide in 2016 before her husband Erwin Bach selflessly donated his kidney to her.
The Queen of Rock 'n' Roll Tina Turner, 83, died of natural causes
She revealed in her memoir that she signed up to an assisted suicide organization as she mentally prepared herself for the possibility of dying.
Turner had found out that her unmanaged high blood pressure had accelerated her kidney damage - and if her body was going to shut down, she started making peace with the idea of death.
Her husband Bach ended up donating his kidney to her in 2017.
Tina Turner's tragic death was announced on May 24 - sending shockwaves across the world - but her cause of death was