Hollywood star Russell Crowe shared a moment of his last meal with friend Shane Warne and shared his love for him in a touching tribute to the cricketer too try
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Actor Russell Crowe has paid tribute to his friend, Shane Warne, following the sports star’s untimely death.
Australian cricketer Shane was found dead in his villa in Koh Samui, on Friday, from a suspected heart attack.
Warne was enjoying a luxurious holiday in Thailand with friends when he passed away at the age of 52.
And on Monday, Russell, 57, took to Twitter to share a snap of himself and Shane dining at Crown in Melbourne with friends.
The snap shows the two stars surrounded by friends – including singer Amy Shark – as they all beamed for a group shot.
“World’s fastest gold medalist, billionaire, gun. Oscar. Amy as a baby shark,” Robin Hood star Russell wrote on the microblog.
He ended the performance: “Our last Crown dinner. Much love to Shane.”
Shane has previously said that he would like Russell to play him if Hollywood continued to make a movie about his 2008 Indian Premier League season.
“He is [Crowe] such a quality actor, has done so many different roles,’ he told The Herald Sun at the time.
“Chris Hemsworth is killing it and he’s also an Australian from Victoria. I think we should have Margot Robbie too. We could have an all-Australian affair.”
It comes after Shane’s former flame, Liz Hurley, took to social media to share her devastation at the loss of the athlete.
Talking about her sadness, she wrote on Instagram: “I feel like the sun has disappeared behind a cloud forever. RIP my beloved Lionheart.”
The actress and model – who was in a relationship with Shane from 2010-2013 and was engaged to cricket before breaking up – also shared a series of photos from her three-year affair with Shane, which shows The couple is happier.
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Following his death, Shane’s body was the subject of an autopsy – which confirmed he died of natural causes – in Thailand, it is understood he will now be flown back to Australia. , where his family accepted a state funeral offer.
Royal Thai Police Chief General Surachate Hakparn on Monday confirmed “no foul play”, and “no sign of fighting or theft” in the cricketer’s luxury hotel room – with Pathologists concluded he died of natural causes.
“The lawyer and the embassy are working together to bring the body back to Australia,” he added.
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