Dale Winton was found dead at him home in Whetstone, north London, on Wednesday April 18.
The cause of the Supermarket Sweep star’s death is currently unknown, however a spokesperson for Scotland Yard has said they are not treating his death as suspicious.
It has now been revealed that police making “further enquiries” before the North London Coroner's Service decide whether to open an inquest into the late TV presenter’s death.
Speaking to MailOnline, a spokesperson for Senior Coroner Andrew Walker said: "The investigation into the death of Dale Winton is being undertaken by the North London Coroner's Service and is awaiting the outcome of further enquiries.
"An inquest has not been opened at this time.
An inquest has not been opened at this time.
A spokesperson for Senior Coroner Andrew Walker
"The Coroner's Service is awaiting the outcome of further enquiries after which the Coroner will make a decision whether to open an inquest."
At the time of Dale’s death, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "Police were called by London Ambulance Service at approximately 4:10pm on Wednesday, April 18 following the death of a man, aged in his 60s, at a residential address in Whetstone.
"The death remains unexplained although at this early stage the police are not treating it as suspicious.
"A post-mortem examination will be scheduled in due course. Enquiries into the circumstances by officers from Barnet continue."
Following his death, Dale’s close