In what is thought to have been a murder-suicide, a mother and her two sons passed away in their home.
Alexander, 9, and Maximus, 7, are thought to have been strangled or suffocated before Nadja De Jager, 47, killed herself, according to The Sun.
After receiving a call from a concerned party on Thursday morning, the police discovered the family’s bodies inside their home in Belvedere, South London.
However, detectives have stated that they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the murders and that post-mortem examinations are being performed to determine the precise cause of death.
The reason Nadja chose to end her own life as well as the lives of her children is still unknown to the general public.
Nadja, a native of Sweden, was multilingual and, before Herman De Jager left the company, she co-owned it with her husband and the father of her children.
According to neighbours, the couple was divorced and had been living apart for some time.
Detective Inspector Ollie Stride, said: “This is a deeply sad case and we are continuing to establish the circumstances that led to this tragic incident.