The Travolta's are finally back in Florida, following the tragic death of their 16 year-old son Jett in the Bahamas.
The ashes of John Travolta's son were flown home to Florida last night soon after it was claimed he died as a result of a seizure.
After the autopsy, preliminarily reports confirmed that there was "no foul play," so the body was turned over to the family.
John and his wife Kelly Preston had their son's body cremated and the ashes were flown back to Florida, in a private jet that John flew.
Jett was found unconscious in a bathroom during a family vacation home on Grand Bahama Island on Friday morning shortly after 10 a.m. Although official autopsy reports most likely won't be made public, his death certificate stated "seizure" as the cause of death.
Sending condolences to the family is Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham and a slew of celebrities including Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Will Smith and Oprah, who are all expected to attend his memorial service.
Actress Kirstie Alley has already flown to Florida to show her support to the family. The date of the memorial hasn't been released, but they'll most likely have a private one for the family, followed by a public memorable for those who wish to pay their respects to the family.
So tragic. There's nothing more to say other than it's just the saddest news anyone can receive.