Suzanne Somers’ official cause of death has been revealed.
The beloved star died from “breast cancer with metastasis to brain,” according to a copy of her death certificate obtained by Fox News Digital.
Other significant conditions which contributed to her death, but were not resulting in the underlying condition included “hypertension, hydrocephalus,” the document listed.
The “Three’s Company” actress died in October following a decades-long battle with breast cancer.
SUZANNE SOMERS DEAD AT 76
The “Step by Step” actress “passed away peacefully at home in the early morning hours of October 15th,” Somers representative said in a statement provided to Fox News Digital at the time.
“She survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years.”
Her death certificate revealed Somers’ did not have an autopsy performed upon death, although a biopsy was performed.
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The death certificate also confirmed she died in “residence hospice” at her own home in Palm Springs, Calif.
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Somers has been buried, the document stated. At the time of her death, her representative confirmed her family “was gathered to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16th.”
“Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, and want to thank her millions of fans and followers who loved her dearly,” Somers rep said at the time. “A private family burial will take place this week, with a memorial to follow next month.”
The “She’s the Sheriff” actress was diagnosed with cancer twice before. She suffered skin cancer in her 30s and breast cancer in her 50s.
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In July, Somers revealed to Fox News Digital that her breast cancer had returned.
“I have been living with cancer for decades now, using the best of alternative and conventional medicine to keep it at bay. Every time that little f—er pops up, I continue to bat it back,” she said.
Somers married second husband, television host Alan Hamel, in 1977. She regularly discussed their loving relationship with each other.
In addition to son Bruce, they have three granddaughters: Camelia, Violet and Daisy.
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