Police have named the woman who died after falling into the Thames near Fulham last week.
She is Charlotte Sophie Brown, who was 24-years-old. She was pronounced dead at hospital after being pulled from the Thames near Wandsworth Bridge on December 8.
Getwestlondon reported the she was in a boat that had overturned. A lifeboat crew found a man soaking wet on the foreshore, who told them he had been in a small boat with a woman who was still missing.
A police helicopter joined in the search and found a heat source in the river by Wandsworth Bridge, where the lifeboat crew spotted a woman in the water.
Chiswick RNLI said the lifeboat crew brought her onboard and began CPR, before handing her over to paramedics upstream at Putney Pier.
Ms Brown, known as Charli, and the 29-year-old man were taken to hospital. He has subsequently been discharged.
Police say he has not been arrested and has assisted officers.
Detectives have been investigated along with the Port of London Authority and in consultation with the Marine Accident Investigation Branch. A boat was later recovered from the water at the scene, but the incident is not believed to be suspicious.
Ms Brown lived in East Finchley, but was originally from Welling. Her post-mortem examination was held on December 11 at St George’s Hospital mortuary. No cause of death was established and the coroner ordered further tests.
An inquest will open on Tuesday (December 15) under the Wandsworth Coroner.