Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Rausing has told of the moment his wife Eva died in front of him at their west London mansion.
In a statement read to the inquest today, Mr Rausing said he heard her slide off the bed while he was in the bathroom.
"She landed sideways and her head was resting on a pillow," Mr Rausing said. "I tried to pull her up. I shouted 'Eva, Eva, Eva.'"
Mr Rausing said he could see his wife's eyes dim before covering her lifeless body with duvets and bedding.
"I could not cope with her dying or confront the reality of her death," he added.
Mrs Rausing died as a result of cocaine intoxication, worsened by a heart condition known as tricuspid valve disease. Toxicology reports showed cocaine, opiates and amphetamines in her blood.
Eva Rausing, the wife of multi-millionaire Hans Kristian Rausing, died as a result of the dependant abuse of drugs, a coroner ruled today.
The 48-year-old's body was found in an advanced state of decomposition in July at the couple's west London home. She had died in May.
Mr Rausing, the heir to the Tetra Pak fortune, was given two suspended sentences in August after admitting that he prevented the lawful and decent burial of his wife's body.
Floral tributes have been left outside the London home of Eva Rausing following the discovery of her body on Tuesday.
ITV News understands that Eva's husband Hans Kristian Rausing, the heir to the Tetra Pak drinks carton empire, is continuing to receive medical treatment after being arrested in connection with her death.
Mr Rausing was arrested after Eva's body was found at the couple's home in Cadogan Place, Chelsea.
Mr Rausing, who stands to inherit a billion-pound fortune from his father's business, was taken into custody at a south London police station but has since been moved to a "medical facility", police said.
Scotland Yard would not confirm the name of the suspect, but said a 49-year-old man was arrested in south London on Monday morning on suspicion of possession of drugs.
Police are treating Mr Rausing's death as "unexplained".
ITV News understands that Hans Rausing, an heir to the Tetra Pak drinks carton empire, has been arrested in connection with his wife's death after her body was found at their London home.
Daybreak's Nick Dixon reports.
ITV News understands that Hans Rausing, one of UK's richest men and heir to the Tetra Pak drinks carton empire, has been arrested in connection with his wife's death after her body was found at their home in London.
In a statement, the police have said: