The inquest into the death of Amy Winehouse will be heard today with details of her final hours being revealed at St Pancras Coroner’s Court, Camley Street, London.

The 27-year-old performer was found dead in her Camden flat on July 23.

An initial post-mortem examination proved inconclusive and no cause of death was given at the time. A first inquest was opened and adjourned three days later in August.

Winehouse, whose album Back to Black is the greatest selling British album of the 21st century, battled with drink and drugs during her lifetime.

Toxicology reports showed there were “no illegal substances” in Winehouse’s body at the time of her death, although alcohol was present.

A family statement said: “The family would like to thank the police and coroner for their continuing thorough investigations and for keeping them informed throughout the process. They await the outcome of the inquest in October.”

Last Friday Scotland Yard admitted a report on Winehouse’s death may have been delivered to the wrong address.

The report was supposed to have been delivered to the Winehouse family, but was handed in anonymously at a North London police station.

The death of the bee-hived soul singer came as a shock to many fans and celebrities alike. Following her death, TV personality Kelly Osbourne said on Twitter: “I cant even breath right now im crying so hard i just lost 1 of my best friends. i love you forever Amy & will never forget the real you!”

Three months after her death fans are still tweeting the singer’s lyrics. “They tried to make me go to rehab and I said NO NO NO!!!” tweeted bigtymer32 on Wednesday morning.

An exhibition of paintings of Winehouse by British pop artist Gerald Laing is currently on display in London.

Laing said: “My work is concerned with the myth, and portrays her as she appeared to us, the public, via the media. Now that the drama has ended, and all is quiet, I hope it will be seen as a tribute from one artist to another.”

Mitch Winehouse, the singer’s father, plans to publish a memoir in the summer 2012 titled “Amy: My Daughter.”

The proceeds will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation created by the Winehouse family for young people battling addiction, disability or financial disadvantage.