A father who went missing after his daughter died has been found dead in Dublin.
Tanya Frelse, 24, from Dublin, was last seen at the Furlongs home in Newbridge on December 17.
Her body was found on the back of a lorry on January 4, after gardaí searched the area near the Freles home.
Her father was taken to the University Hospital in Cork on February 4 for further tests.
Tasmania’s Coroner has now said his daughter was found dead of natural causes.
The inquest into the death was opened at The Irish Coroner’s Court on February 6.
Ms Frele had a history of mental illness.
She was last known to have been staying at the home of her father in the city’s Old Street.
Her mother, who has lived in Ireland since 2003, and brother were all found dead nearby.
The funeral for Tanya will be held at the Royal Irish Mounted Police (RIMP) Memorial Chapel in Newtownabbey on March 15.
A post mortem examination is scheduled to take place at the Coroner General’s Office on March 20.